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Thanks for confirming Josh,
I'm not worried about it. It's just makes Editing the email a little weird. No doubt staff will ask me why it's all weird. But the output looks fine.
Oh well.. Life goed on.
I rarely do actual editing in the Marketo email editor because of styling and code glitches like this. Instead I opt for using http://jsbin.com/ to fine tune my code first, then I just paste it into a new email using the "blank" template and save it. It's generally much cleaner.
@Nate Thats a really cool tool. I've never seen that. I noramly just use Sublime Or Adobe Bracks for my text editor. i'll have to look into that. I'm the only Coder on the team so i'm not sure how useful it will be but i'm with you. I've always coded / Edited HTML and CSS in a text editor and importated it for each email useing a blank template (like you said). However my non-code savey co-workers need something in a template version that they can manipulate in the wysiwyg html editor :)
Maybe this is just a Marketo flaw. Oh well..
Yep I am with you. JSbin is great if you are code savvy/comfortable, otherwise it's hard when other users need to work off of a template.
Regarding Marketo's native email editor, I am told there is a pretty significant update coming to it in the near future, which has been a long time coming, in my opinion. Based on what I've heard, we should expect this sometime before the end of Q1, so hopefully that will make life easier soon!