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Announcing the Email on Acid Dreamweaver Plugin


Announcing the Email on Acid Dreamweaver Plugin

It’ll come as no surprise to readers that we think Email Testing is one of the most important parts in the creation of any email campaign. We do also realize that testing your emails can sometimes be a time intensive task, having to copy and paste your code or switch to your Email Service Provider. That’s why we’re absolutely thrilled to announce our plugin for Adobe Dreamweaver. This plugin will enable you to send your email test to Email on Acid without ever leaving Dreamweaver!

This plugin is available for free on the Adobe Add-on Exchange, however you will need to be an Email on Acid customer on the All Access plan to set it up and use it.

How to install the plugin

Installation, setup and use of this plugin is super simple and should only take you a few minutes!

Step 1: Download the Plugin

Click here to be view the plugin on the Adobe Add-on Exchange. Simply click install to get the plugin or follow the Adobe instructions. Please ensure you have File Syncing enabled on Creative Cloud.

Step 2: Set up

After installing the plugin as set out above open Dreamweaver and you will notice the Email on Acid tab in your menu, click on that and hit Settings. With the settings open, you’ll need to enter your Email on Acid settings.

Enter your settings


Step 3: Use the plugin!

Installation and setup are all complete, all that’s left to do is to use the plugin! Using it is super simple, simply click the Email on Acid tab and hit Run Test. You’ll see a pop-up confirming your email test has been sent. You can choose to Preview the Test which will open the test in a new browser window or you can keep working.

Test sent!

If you prefer to code in our Editor click “Create Editor Project” and we’ll automatically generate a new Editor Project from your code.

Having issues or have a feature request?

Our goal at Email on Acid isn’t only to give you accurate email tests within seconds, we also aim to make testing a seamless operation. If you’re having issues installing or using this plugin, please reach out to us either in the comment section of this blog or you can contact our support team.

Further to that, if you have a feature request or an idea that will make your life easier please do reach out, we’d love to discuss ways we can make testing easier for you.

Don’t guess, test!

Are you interested in using this feature, or any other features we bring out? You can try us out with our completely free trial of our testing suite, free for you to use for 7 days!

Author: Kyle Lapaglia

Author: Kyle Lapaglia

5 thoughts on “Announcing the Email on Acid Dreamweaver Plugin”

  1. This seems like a great plugin that could save me some time. I am extremely disappointed that you’re requiring All Access to use it though. I don’t need Advance Email Analytics or Mozify, the Basics plan covers all my needs. Why not extend this feature to all your paid users?

  2. This is awesome guys. Any plans to create an Atom package that can do this by any chance? 😉

  3. I am having trouble downloading the plugin…I have DW CC / OS=Sierra. It is listed in Adobe Exchange as downloaded, but never shows up in DW. Any ideas?

  4. @cwhissen

    Currently I think we are planning to keep them all access only, but I’ll add your suggestion to the list and see if we can get this rolled out to non-AA customers.

    @Luke Nokes

    Glad you like it Luke! I’ll check with the team to see if Atom is on our roadmap, but keep your eyes peeled for a few other announcements we have coming up!


    This handy guide from Adobe should be able to help you fix your issues: https://www.adobeexchange.com/resources/19 Let me know how you get on!

  5. This is fantastic — working like a charm 🙂

    Potentially silly question, but when I export a test through the plugin to EOA, I’m only seeing a couple of clients display (no iPhone, for instance). Curious if there’s something in my settings that I need to adjust? Our two default lists both include the full spectrum of mobile clients, so I’m confused why only Nexus would be showing up when we export via Dreamweaver.

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