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mktoImgWidth not working in 2.0 email templates

Question asked by a0f08e63cbebfaa4682789e1800cd66c01bf0238 on Jul 29, 2016
Latest reply on Sep 8, 2016 by 2f10b4c108652da26289f42d8f6d19f347037341



I'm currently struggling with the new Editor v2.0 image inclusion methods.


I am using the div method. As per the syntax page, I am using the following markup:


<div class="mktoImg" id="article-image" mktoName="Article Image" mktoImgLink="" mktoImgSrc="" mktoImgWidth="210">  
     <a style="text-decoration:none;color:#0563c1;"><img style="border-width:0;height:auto;display:block;width:100%;max-width:210px;" /></a>


When I use my template and add an image, it ignores mktoImgWidth.


They wrong dimensions appear in the Dimensions fields when I upload the new image:


Screen Shot 2016-07-29 at 7.04.39 PM.png


Then when I inspect the code on the preview, this is how it has turned out (asset URL edited for brevity):


<div class="mktoImg" id="article-image" style="margin-top:0;margin-bottom:0;margin-right:0;margin-left:0;">
<a style="text-decoration:none;color:#0563c1;" href="" target="_blank">
<img style="border-width:0;height:auto;display:block;width:100%;max-width:210px;" src="/index.php/lpTemplate/proxyAsset?idx=xxx" width="550" height="367">


As you can see, it's generating width="550", and there is a fixed pixel height set on the image which I do not want.


I have tried setting up images using variables instead, but this is no longer viable since I discovered that any variable used in a module is global. I am trying to create article modules that users can duplicate to add as many news items as they like; this obviously doesn't work if they all have the same image.


Any help much appreciated!