WYSIWYG refers to “What You See Is What You Get” and refers to designing emails and forms. It means the window in which you are laying out the design will look like what the ﬁnal design will look like.
Designing with the WYSIWYG
In this sample, we copied the Standard Donation Email and added our own language and an email to create a branded email for The Old Rag Trust that is more personalized and includes more targeted language. This was created entirely in the WYSIWYG.
Tips for using the WYSIWYG
The WYSIWYG editor works relatively similarly for emails and forms
Working with Images
If you want to include images, here are some tips on adding and editing:
FORMS: Adding Images & Text
To add images or text to the form, go to the Pages Tab.
You can add images and text to the Landing, Decline
As you can see in the image, the editing for the Top part of the form was done in the Top Content Section. You can also add content on the bottom of the form and that will go in Bottom Content.
When done designing,
FORMS: Editing Section & Field Label
Out of the box, the labels on the form match the labels in the sections and on the ﬁelds. However, you can edit them yourself.
In this example, we changed the label of the section Donation Information to “How much can we count on you for?”
FORMS: Editing Donation Amounts
You can change donation amounts or other items that have multiple selections/data inputs.
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