Just following up, I did some more digging and found that it’s definitely the text/html editor (some form of MCE?) that’s causing the problem, not the mail preprocessor. Emails that do not have editable text sections do not have this issue. For some reason, the text/html editor ALWAYS adds a trailing space to the end of every line of code, no matter what you do. In addition, any time a new HTML tag is opened, the editor starts a new line, which means the trailing space is added to the line above, where it should not be. That is what’s causing the gap in front of the tags. So this (think of parentheses as gt/lt): lorem(span style="color:red;")ipsum(/span) gets rewritten to: lorem (span style="color:red;")ipsum(/span) To solve this, I have requested that Marketo’s text/html editor does NOT add trailing spaces to ANY line, and does NOT start a new line every time an HTML tag is opened. I would also like more control over the editor itself because I know that there's code validation and rewriting happening but we don't currently have the ability to turn it off.
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Hi, I'm not sure what's happening here, but I'm using Email Editor 2.0 to edit content of our emails, both through the WYSIWYG and via the HTML code editor in an editable text module. Normally it works fine, but I have noticed that if you have two words next to each other, with no space, and with an HTML tag in between, Marketo will add an extra space to the rendered output in browsers and email clients. This space is not represented in the code, and checking the WYSIWYG and code after sending a sample, there is no space character that has been added, so it seems that Marketo is adding this space when it processes the email before sending it out. Example: example(strong)text(/strong) where the parentheses are greater than/less than and there is no space between any character renders as: example text (note the extra space between "example" and "text") So there is no space in the original code, or when it's rendered in the email editor, but for some reason it's being added in ALL clients and ALL browsers when viewing the sample/test email. This happens with b/i tags, strong/em tags, span tags, basically any HTML tag that you would use to modify a piece of text inside a paragraph, div, or td. I'm beyond frustrated with this stupid little error and I've tried everything I can think of to no avail. Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks.
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