Email Page Component email-page-component

The Email Page Component is an extensible page component designed to work with the template editor and allows page header/footer and structure components to be assembled with the template editor, tailored for creating Adobe Campaign content.

Usage usage

The Email Page Component forms the basis of all pages designed with the Email Core Components and editable templates. By using the Email Page Component, headers, footers, and the structure of the page can be defined as a template using the other Email Core Components.

  • Using the design dialog, custom client-side libraries can be defined for the page.
  • Unlike other components which have an edit dialog accessible directly from the component, because the Email Page Component is the page itself, the edit dialog of the Email Page Component is the page properties window.

Version and Compatibility version-and-compatibility

The current version of the Email Page Component is v1, which was introduced with release X of the Email Core Components in October 2022, and is described in this document.

The following table details all supported versions of the component, the AEM versions with which the versions of the component is compatible, and links to documentation for previous versions.

Component Version
AEM 6.5
AEM as a Cloud Service

For more information about Email Core Component versions and releases, see the document Email Core Components Versions

Technical Details technical-details

The latest technical documentation about the Page Component can be found on GitHub.

Further details about developing Core Components can be found in the Core Components developer documentation.

Edit Dialog edit-dialog

Because the component represents the entire page, settings that would normally be in an edit dialog are found in the Page Properties window.

Cloud Services Tab cloud-services

In order for the Email Core Components to be able to retrieve campaign variables and data, the page must be linked to an Adobe Campaign configuration.

Email Page Properties

Under Cloud Service Configuration heading, in the drop-down select Add Configuration.

Under Adobe Campaign heading, select the configuration for your integration with Adobe Campaign.

See the document Using Email Core Components for more information about setting up the Email Core Components.

Email Tab email-tab

The Email tab defines properties of emails sent via Adobe Campaign based on the content of this page such as the email subject and plain text content.

Email Page Properties

  • Subject - The subject of the email sent by Adobe Campaign based on this page
  • Pre-header
  • Plain text - The plain text version of the email sent by Adobe Campaign
  • Reference Url

Design Dialog design-dialog

Because the component represents the entire page, the design dialog is accessed via Page Information -> Page Policy when editing the page template.

Page Policy

Properties Tab properties-tab

Using the Page Design window, you can define the client libraries to be loaded as well as the web resources library for the page.

Email Page Component design dialog

  • Client Libraries - This defines the client library categories to load. JavaScript is added at the body end and the CSS is added to the page head.

  • Client Libraries JavaScript Page Head - This defines the JavaScript client library categories to load in the page head.

    • Categories defined here that are also present in the Client Libraries field will have JavaScript loaded in the page head instead of at body end.
    • No CSS will be loaded unless the category is also present in the Client Libraries field.
  • Load JavaScript Libraries asynchronously - If enabled, the custom JavaScript libraries will be loaded asynchronously.

  • Web Resources Client Library - The client library category that is used to serve web resources such as favicons.

  • Skip to main content element selector - Used as an accessibility feature to skip directly to the main content of the page

Libraries can be configured for both the Client Libraries and Client Libraries JavaScript Page Head fields as follows:

  • To add a new field, click or tap the Add button below the fields.
  • To remove a field, click or tap the trash can icon next to the field to be removed.
  • To rearrange the load order, click or tap and drag the handle next to the field to be moved.

For more information about using client-side libraries, see Using Client Side Libraries.

Styles Tab styles-tab

The Page Component supports the AEM Style System.