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Advanced styling: Adding custom CSS to your email newsletter inside WordPress

Start by going to Newsletter Glue / Settings / Custom CSS  00:12 - Custom CSS only shows up in your email, not your blog posts  00:48 - Creating our post inside the WordPress editor to see what CSS...

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By Lesley Sim

updated about 1 year ago

Create a newsletter template (with Gutenberg editor's reusable blocks)

Newsletter Glue lets you take advantage of many in-built features of the Gutenberg block editor. In this document, you'll learn how to use the powerful Reusable blocks feature to create a...

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By Lesley Sim

updated about 1 year ago

Pattern editor - Overview

Introducing the pattern editor Before we talk about the pattern editor, let's talk about patterns. Patterns are a core feature of Gutenberg. They are pre-designed layouts that you can add into the...

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By Lesley Sim

updated 6 months ago

Mergetags

Learn more about mergetags here.

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By Lesley Sim

updated 5 months ago

Using hooks to customise email content

Newsletter Glue offers 2 hooks that give you access to customize the content of email. They only work in the email context (so the regular post content will not be affected) The hooks are:...

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By Ahmed Fouad

updated 3 months ago

Style newsletter with CSS classes

We've added some simple classes to style your newsletter using core Gutenberg blocks. Important:  These styling changes only affect your newsletter HTML. They will not show up on your website or...

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By Ahmed Fouad

updated 15 days ago

Export email html

With Newsletter Glue, you can create email templates using the WordPress block editor. You can then export the email html easily and use it anywhere you like. Use cases This is especially useful if...

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By Lesley Sim

updated 3 days ago