No. And I was curios to see the html because all drag and drop editors I've tried are bad, and can't create proper html.Hi, did you get an update on this? (i mean the html)
That's right, @roAdrian and it has been requested before, so we need to keep singing until we are heard...No. And I was curios to see the html because all drag and drop editors I've tried are bad, and can't create proper html.
I don't even view my emails in the visual editor mail softwares provide because they change my code.
I have a client with a inhouse mail system and his visual editor added a space between <!-- and [if mso...] making outlook unable to read the code.
Mailwizz also makes changes in my code. And I've disabled the ckeditor and set Use Tidy to No.
And also it removes this code "<!--[if !mso]><!--><meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge" /><!--<![endif]-->" from the head section. Because mailwizz makes changes in my code I don't use it.
I use Interspire because if you turn off the visual editor your code will stay the same as you put it.
This is what I want from Mailwizz too. Don't change my code because because you will break it.
Yes i agree on that but i have tested my emails with almost all the email clients and they work awesomely well in terms of responsiveness and rendering..I didn't had time to review it, but at a quick look it's too much useless code.
I like my emails to have just the code they use. Also, the code is hard to read.