Relative noob here, creating a custom template based on an existing Marketo template.
I've figured out how to make new modules based on old ones, create editable content not in a template (rudimentary, but it works). What I can't figure out is how to lock an area down so that users can't modify it when creating an email.
The boss wants the header and footer of the email locked down from editing. Is there any documentation that discusses exactly what code must be removed from a section to accomplish this? It is obviously more than just the "mkto*" class, but I'm having difficulty figuring out exactly what else needs to be removed to make it all work properly.
Thanks to any information folks can provide.
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this page provides you with the syntax for editables zones in email templates : Email Template Syntax - Marketo Docs - Product Documentation
basically, zones are editable when the html tag has an "mktEditable" or "mktoText" class. Remove that call and you are done.
No "mktEditable" in the code.
Removing mktoText class from the areas I want to lock down, I get the following on saving:
Error: Element With No Name: logo_header
Error: Element With No Name: icoFacebook
Error: Element With No Name: icoTwitter
Error: Element With No Name: icoLinkedin
Error: Element With No Name: icoYoutube
Error: Element With No Name: icoInstagram
Error: Element With No Name: photoBig
Error: Element With No Name: photo1
Error: Element With No Name: photo1a7b1490c-9eef-42a9-8550-ec315b451898
Error: Element With No Name: icoPhone
Error: Element With No Name: icoMail
It's bizarre, because none of those images are found in the areas where I removed the class.
Gregoire, this may seem like a silly question.
I was wondering if there is a way to do this easier when Publishing an Email to MSI.
For instance, could you create the email and then simply clone or save with the ability to edit being removed.
Obviously, I am looking to publish templates that cannot be edited at all by Sales Reps.
Under Email Settings in the template, does this boxed being unchecked perform that funtion?
Allow CRM user to edit emal