1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 20, 2017 9:48 AM by Amy Goldfine Connor

    Email 2.0 hyperlink color

    Amy Goldfine Connor

      Our corporate style guide specifies a particular hex color for hyperlinks. It's very annoying to edit the color of individual hyperlinks, which I have been doing with emails built on 1.0 templates. We're creating new 2.0 templates, and I'm wondering if there is a way to set hyperlink color as a global variable. Our web developer doesn't think this is possible, but I swear we were able to do it at my old company. Anything above basic HTML is out of my wheelhouse, so I was hoping the Nation could provide some insight!

        • Re: Email 2.0 hyperlink color
          Ravi Ansal

          Hi Amy,

          Yes it is doable. All you have to do is create a class in your stylesheet/CSS and put the default style there.

          And call the same class in your link tag.

          I am not why your web developer thinks it is not possible but could be because of some template structure.


          Hope this helps.

          Ravi Ansal

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