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Example Usage:

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$({textHeader)}

List

If you specify a variable as a List, the end user will be able to pick from a set of values you define in the email editor. You specify a List variable using <meta> with class=“mktoList”

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Example Usage:

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$(Main Text Font Family){textFontFamily}

Number

If you specify a variable as a Number, the end user will be able to enter a number in the email editor. You specify a Number variable using <meta> with class=”mktoNumber”

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Example Usage:

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$(Main Text Font Size){textFontSize}

Color

If you specify a variable as a Color, the end user will be able to enter a hexadecimal color value or choose a color from the color picker within the email editor. You specify a Color variable using <meta> with class=“mktoColor”

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Example Usage:

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$(Main Text Color){textColor}

Boolean

If you specify a variable as a Boolean, the end user will be able to toggle the option on/off within the email editor. You specify a Boolean variable using <meta> with class=“mktoBoolean”

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Example Usage:

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$(Show Footer BG?){showFooter}

HTML Block

If you specify a variable as an HTML Block, the end user will be able to input verbatim HTML from within the email editor. You specify an HTML Block variable using <meta> with class=”mktoHTML”

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Example Usage:

Code Block
$(Add Tracking Pixel){trackingPixel}

Image Variable

If you specify a variable as an Image, the end user will be able to choose an image from the image picker within the email editor. The selected image URL will be the value of the variable. You specify an Image variable using <meta> with class="mktoImg"

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Example Usage:

Code Block
$(Hero Background Image){heroBackgroundImage}

Modules

Modules are templatized sections defined at the template level that will show up for end users to insert into their email. Because you have pre-built these modules, you can ensure they will interact with the rest of your email content gracefully (in a fully responsive manner). You can only put a module in a container.

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