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Introducing Email on Acid Code Repair

Email On Acid

For years you’ve been trusting us to show you what your emails look like, as well as the tips and tricks on how to correct those pesky problems. Your team here is always looking out for ways to make email life a little easier. That is why we are proud to announce our newest tool, Code Repair. Code Repair allows you to submit your email code, and a description of the quick rendering fixes you need. Give us 24 hours or less, and for a small fee, we’ll send you back your email in perfect format. This keeps you focused on creating great emails, instead of wrestling with stubborn code.

How it works

You may have noticed a new button in your side navigation. Click on the wrench and screwdriver (highlighted in red below) to start your Code Repair request.

Check out the form that will allow you to detail the problems you’re facing and fill in the details. For example, “I’m having trouble getting this email to render in Outlook 2013. The CTA keeps dropping off the bottom of the email.” Select your package and, if you have one, enter a coupon code. Select the affected clients from the list below, read the terms and conditions (don’t forget to click the box), and hit “submit.”

After you’ve filled out the form, this screen will pop up and confirm your order.

Once you see this screen, next step is to wait for your code to appear in your inbox, super easy. As always, test instead of guess! We’ve added this Code Repair tool to help make the lives of all you email marketers and developers easier. To try out Code Repair and our other tools, use us free for 7 days free of charge.

About the Author

Caleb Rountree

Caleb Rountree

In addition to heading up marketing for Email on Acid, Caleb draws on his experience with ESP’s and digital strategy to make educational tools for email marketers. He also loves dogs.

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What accommodations will EOA provide if the fix (like in the example above, "getting the CTA to not drop off in Outlook 2013") ends up breaking something in a different client/browser/system?
Patrick Leffas

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