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Happy 4th of July

Please note that Blueprint Media Studios will be closed starting this Thursday, July 1st, 2013 in observance of Independence Day. We will reopen Monday, July 8th at 10 am MST. Live support will be unavailable during our closure. Emergency support requests should be submitted via our contact form or via Basecamp if your project is currently active. We wish all…

Editing Hard Coded Social Media (and other) Links in your MailChimp Template

Editing Hard Coded Links in MailChimp

When we create your template if we have access to your web site containing your social media links or you have provided them to us via Basecamp we’ll go ahead and link your icons to their respective profiles. But if we didn’t have access to this information at the time your template was coded you may need to update the social media links yourself.

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Uploading your Template ZIP File to MailChimp

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Upon completion of your project our team will install your template to your MailChimp account, provided you’ve granted us access, allowing you to get going with your template quickly. We also provide you with a zip file version of your template in the event you ever need to restore your template for any reason (or if you’d rather handle upload of the template yourself).

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Formatting your Custom RSS Feed(s) for MailChimp

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Using MailChimp’s powerful set of merge tags for RSS feeds allows you to apply your brand’s custom styling to your RSS integrated content making it easier than ever before to automate your email marketing efforts. There are however a few guidelines your layout should fall within in order to ensure proper import and styling of your feed content.

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Scaling Images Proportionally on Mobile Devices using MailChimp

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If your MailChimp template includes mobile integration allowing your email to scale automatically based on the device it’s being viewed on you may have noticed an issue pertaining to the height of your scaled images. Mainly disproportionate scaling of your image resulting in a too tall height in relation to the scaled down width.

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New Basecamp Brief

  Last week we rolled out a long awaited and highly anticipated update to our project management system, Basecamp, by 37signals. For those who have worked with Basecamp previously you’ll notice an immediate difference when logging into the new Basecamp for the first time, if you haven’t already. Modern and clean the new layout is…