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ROBOT – Multipurpose Responsive Email Bundle with Online Stamp Ready Builder Access

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About template

ROBOT Multipurpose Responsive Email Bundle is designed for business, app, business, blog, personal, portfolio, gallery and general purpose

Raw html, StampReady, MailChimp & Campaign Monitor compatible

Templates Features

  • Multipurpose Responsive Email Bundle
  • 22 demos
  • 100+ useful and reusable drag-drop modules
  • MailChimp ready
  • Campaign Monitor Ready
  • StampReady Drag-Drop Builder Access
  • Larger browser compatible [IE, Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari]
  • Large email clients support [Apple mail, Outlook, Yahoo, Google, Gmail, Hotmail]
  • Organized and layered PSD file
  • Easy understanding commented code
  • Help document
  • Support after sale

ZIP file contains

  • 1 PSD file [Splited as three file for heavy load]
  • The HTML folder contains all elements Raw HTML, All Elements StampReady and 22 Demo Folder contains the file as follows [ 22 X 4 HTML FILES ]
    • Real HTML HTML file

    • StampReady – Builder ready file

    • MailChimp – Editable and sent using MailChimp

    • Campaing Monitor – Editable and send using Campaing Monitor

  • Help document
  • Note: All items, mailchimp and All Elements Campaing Monitor files are not available with this package due to the large file size and load time.

Note:

  • Outlook does not display Google Fonts. It can use shortcut fonts
  • GMail App uses Roboto font and does not use Google Fonts. The Gmail app is not audible app, it only wraps the tables
  • Images are used for demo use only and not included in the package. Credits included in zip code.

Support

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documentation

Builders documentation URL is available in HELP document

Source

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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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