To ensure the editor’s optimal operation, we recommend observing the following guidelines:
Before importing an HTML page template in Adobe Campaign, please make sure the template opens and displays correctly in the various browsers.
When building a template, we recommend adding a ‘type’ attribute to
<input> tags. This information will be processed by the editor and help the user to link a field of the database to the field of the form when configuring the Web application.
Example of HTML code in the template:
<input id="email" type="email" name="email"/>
The ‘type’ attribute is visible in the interface in the following form:
The official list of ‘type’ attributes is available in this website.
Steps to simulating an end page with the DCE:
Make sure that there is only one
<body> </body> in the page.
When a CSS or JS file is uploaded, the images contained within the.zip file are not uploaded. The references to these images present in the CSS are therefore not updated.
The Digital Content Editor supports the HTML format: you can switch-over to source mode at any time.
The Digital Content Editor’s import function works as follows with the following supported formats:
<form> </form>must always be present in the message body.
The Digital Content Editor also works with the following supported Code-pages:
The HTML code page must be defined in a meta tag (HTML 4 or HTML 5) or in the BOM. If no code page is available, open the file in latin1.
The upper section of the editor displays messages related to the status of the content. The color codes for the messages are as follows: