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Mobile Friendly, but not Desktop Friendly?

I am using the Bee Free editor to create some basic templates for my company emails. They look spectacular when I download the HTML and send a test to a mobile device, but the mobile layout remains when I send to a desktop.

Meaning that the columns that I've created in Bee Free aren't holding true on a rather normal sized desktop.

Is there a reason why this would be happening? How can I amend this so I can actually use the templates I am creating?

Lindsay Pohl

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Also, the issue is still occurring but is left aligning everything when I view my email using the Safari browser.

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Hi Lindsay,
how do you send these emails?
Do you get the same result using the included "Send test" action?

Guillermo Padilla 0 votes
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I am sending these emails through Lead Liaison--a lead nurturing product. I exported the HTML from Bee Free and edited the HTML in SharePoint--the only thing I altered was the font (as the fonts available were not consistent with our brand image).

When I send the test version through Bee Free I get some basic issues (i.e. random boarders, too-short of buttons etc.), but nothing like when I export the HTML.

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Some wysiwyg editors change the code with a sanitize function, this can alter the message. Also some ESP's import feature add some changes to the code.
The only way to check this is by comparing the file before and after the edition. Maybe using an online diff tool like: https://www.diffchecker.com

BTW: would be better if Lead Liaison embed directly our plugin :)

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