Model template

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Model template

Postby DenDen60 » 4:03pm, Fri 02 Jan, 2015

Can someone share the source code of a model template using a logo on the top. I seem to have a lot of difficulty creating a template. The images don't appear. :-(

Thanks for sharing.
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Re: Model template

Postby Dragonrider » 9:51am, Sat 03 Jan, 2015

As requested, below I've put the basic message template with logo code.
You will need to
1) Upload your image to your /lists/images directory

2) change the path in the line starting <img alt="" to match your domain.

3) you may also need to change the height and width in the same line to match your image dimensions

Remember, using this method, your images MUST exist on the Internet somewhere, in this example they are stored (manually) in lists/images/

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<div style="margin:0; text-align:center; width:100%; background:#EEE;min-width:240px;height:100%;">
<img alt="" src="" style="border-style:solid; border-width:0px; float:left; height:108px; width:550px" />





<div style="width:96%;margin:0 auto; border-top:6px solid #369;border-bottom: 6px solid #369;background:#DEF;">
<h3 style="text-align:center">[SUBJECT]</h3>

<div style="text-align:justify;background:#FFF;padding:20px; border-top:2px solid #369;min-height:200px;font-size:13px; border-bottom:2px solid #369;">[CONTENT]
<div style="clear:both">&nbsp;</div>

<div style="clear:both;background:#69C;font-weight:normal; padding:10px;color:#FFF;text-align:center;font-size:11px;margin:5px 0px">[FOOTER]<br />

There is a plugin which allows you to include inline template images.

Also a FAQ page, admittedly meant for version 2 of phpList, but the info included is still valid for version 3 here.
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