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Autoresponder email: adding an internal or external CSS in the source editorAsked by grade4pagasa on August 18, 2016 at 11:54 AM
is it possible to do external linking of css in autoresponder or thank you page?
if not, say i put all the necessary css codes in the form. if i use classes in the autoresponder or thank you page, will it be recognized?
is it possible to have this feature in the future?
if not, why?
a lot of cool stuff are available in W3.CSS.
Unfortunately, it's not possible. The workaround that you've mentioned is also not possible. You are limited to inline styling only in both autoresponder and thank you page.
I will forward this thread to our developers as a feature request. If we have some updates, we'll make sure to let you know here.
i'm guessing the answer from the dev team will be "no".
i found the answer here Has anyone gotten HTML emails working with Twitter Bootstrap?
but it's a different story with the Thank You page, right? we can use css there since the output will be from a browser (and not an email client)?
I am not really sure about that, but I think there should be a way. The answer is always up to our developers.
On the thank you page, the formatting tools are actually the same and still, you can only add some inline styles there. An external or internal is still not possible.