4 Replies Latest reply on Oct 22, 2015 11:26 AM by Justin Cooperman

    Div tags in Tokens

      In the Rich Text Token I've noticed a recent shift where the div tag in the token itself will be written into the actual HTML of the email...This is an issue bc we have a registration link right after the token and it pushes the one click registration link to the next line. This started happening beginning of October. I pulled the code from a sample email I sent myself:

      We set it up like this: {{my.Content Block 1}} Sign up today with one-click registration.

       

      2015 1015 email LAYOUT  in 2015 1015 Program - Fine

      <tr><td style="color:#515151; font-size:14px; line-height:23px; padding-top:12px; font-family:Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif; padding-right:16px; " class="no_right_pad"><div class="mktEditable" id="body_bottom_text">Hear from Cesar Elizondo, Controller at Classic Car Spa, and learn how they are successfully using Intacct's modern cloud-based ERP system to help save time, streamline accounting processes, and provide analytical insight into their business. <a style="color: #0098f0;" href="http://mkto-d0071.com/ed302L01000SQO000KGn00Z" target="_blank"><strong>Sign up today with one-click registration</strong></a>.

       

      2015 1015 email LAYOUT in 2015 1020 Program - Bad

      <tr><td style="color:#515151; font-size:14px; line-height:23px; padding-top:12px; font-family:Tahoma, Geneva, sans-serif; padding-right:16px; " class="no_right_pad"><div class="mktEditable" id="body_bottom_text"><div><strong>Are you spending too much time tracking down project data and manually recognizing revenue?</strong></div> <a style="color: #0098f0;" href="http://mkto-d0071.com/r00n0L103Shn0dQO00000Z0" target="_blank"><strong>Sign up today with one-click registration</strong></a>.

       

      Should look like this:

       

      But it looks like this:

      Anyone have any insight as to how I can overwrite this or if it's an update? Thanks!