Introducing Code Your Own HTML with Litmus integration

March 4, 2016 Miles Price

Here at Emma, we’re huge fans of our world-class drag & drop editor and our beautiful, responsive templates. But, we also know that, sometimes, hand-coding an email is the best way to fit your brand’s visual style and voice.

Code Your Own HTML

That’s why we’re excited to announce the Code Your Own (CYO) mailing builder. It gives you total control over your email design – just paste in your own custom HTML and CSS and you're good to go. If nested tables, media queries, and </strong> mean anything to you, then CYO is for you.


Code Your Own mailing builder


Litmus Inbox Preview

We’re also launching our new Litmus integration—an inbox preview tool that lets you preview the emails you create with the CYO in 29 of the most popular email clients and devices. From Gmail, Mac Mail, and Outlook, to desktops, smartphones, and tablets, Litmus has you (and your email) covered.


With our new Litmus integration, get an at-a-glance preview of your email in 29 email clients.


Click each preview to see a full view of your email in that client and device.


With our new CYO mailing builder and Litmus Inbox Preview, you can design, test, and send custom HTML emails that fit your brand's style and look great in any inbox. We can't wait to see what you create with it!



About the Author

Miles  Price

Miles is a product marketing manager on Emma’s marketing team, and—most of the time—uses em dashes whenever applicable. Other interests include photography, loud and fuzzed-out guitars, and that clean feeling you get when writing in a brand new notebook.

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