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is there a way to stop Mailchimp from changing imported HTML?

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One reason I'm using Bee is that the Mailchimp editor inserts bullets, extra line spacing, and other artifacts that are way too hard to avoid.  I found that if I created an HTML email and pasted it into Mailchimp as a custom template, it would leave it as I wanted it. So I'm creating that HTML with Bee.

But if I use the auto-export feature of Bee to directly send the HTML to Mailchimp, Mailchimp screws it all up just as if I had created it with the Mailchimp editor.  So I must cut/paste it manually from Bee into a new custom template in Mailchimp to get it to remain as I designed it.

Has anyone had a similar experience and is there a way around it?



Scott Hochberg

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Hi Scott, could you please share with us the pieces of code modified by MailChimp?

Guillermo Padilla 0 votes


Thanks.  Can't immediately recreate but I will watch for this effect and send you something when I see it.

In particular, I remember that if I had an indented list without bullets, Mailchimp forces bullets into the code.

But I will get you an example when I see it happen.

Scott Hochberg 0 votes