How can I view the code for my emails?

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Hi,
Is it possible to view the html code for my email templates? I am using Chrome V. 47.0
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Radsource

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Ashley

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Hi Radsource, if you're trying to view a template, click on the Menu in the right-hand corner of your account > Drop-down to Assets and click there > Choose your template > and just below the 'Preview' and 'Save buttons on the right-hand side of the template, choose 'Code'

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Thanks, Ashley! The Template Builder you've referenced there is a tool for our tiered accounts and isn't available to Pro accounts.

Radsource - you can see the code behind each text block in your mailing by clicking the </> button on the formatting toolbar. The code for the template, or the framework, of your mailing isn't available. I'm happy to take a look at a specific mailing for you if you have questions! Let me know. :)
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Visit Franklin

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Emily, do you have an email address where you can be reached? We're having trouble with a holiday mailer and can't quite figure out what's going on with it. Thanks!
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Hi Visit Franklin! You can always reach our support team directly by emailing support@myemma.com.

I hopped into your account and can see that you've been working on the "Holiday Card" mailing. That is so cute!

I sent a made a copy and sent a test to myself. I noticed that the preview text was repeating in the mailing, which usually indicates something is up in the html:



I removed the body tags you had included in that html block. You don't need those formatting tags since the template you're working in already has them! After that, my test looked great. Let me know if there's anything else I can help with. :)
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Visit Franklin

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Thanks Emily! Looks great!
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Radsource

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Ok, thank you! This answers my question.