Adding the option to view your message as a Webpage is both easy and smart. Some recipients may not be able to view images or graphics, based on their preferences or email client. The Webpage option allows them to view this, as it is identical to your email message, pulling directly from your HTML message.
Personalization, dynamic content, attachments, and tracking are not available in the Webpage version.
Adding the View as Webpage Link
All three of our HTML editors offer the ability to add this option.
Drag & Drop
Select the View Page option from the Elements.
Select "View-as-web-page statement and link" from the Insert content dropdown menu.
Select the WEB icon from the options for the editor.
Testing the Link
Send your campaign message to yourself or your test list and then click the View as Webpage link in the received message. In general it is always good to test your messages before sending the final version.
Use HTML code
class="webpagehidden" in a <p> tag, and it will hide that row from the web version.
This can be used for any lines of link or text that you would like hidden from the web version:
For example, the 2 lines below that include it will not be shown, but the line that does not have it will be.
<p class="webpagehidden">Click <a href="https://x.jmxded153.net/z.z?l=aHR0cHM6Ly94LmpteGRlZDE1My5uZXQvdy5hc3B4P2o9MzM1OTgyODEyJm09YjQ0YmQ1MjA3ZDJhNDRhMGE1ZWY2NGY3NDg0MDQxYWY%3d&j=335982812&e=11&p=1&t=h&6BC01087AB4F44FF920E5557BF5D0153&h=5dfe073417aaab9762c65abbb71c23f1">here</a> to view this email as a web page.</p>
<p class="webpagehidden">Don't show</p>