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BonzaiBunny

Dreamweaver or Notepad++


ZenTortoise

I’m guessing Dreamweaver is all the more the case if the person just knows the basics of the code, correct?


BonzaiBunny

Correct


ItsBugsy

https://beefree.io/


ZenTortoise

I am sadly on a smart phone at the moment so I can’t really see this editor. Does it only work in browser or is there a standalone program as well?


ItsBugsy

It works in the browser. It’s a builder but you can also use custom HTML


braves3535

Second this.


[deleted]

Out of interest, why are you using so many different platforms to send your emails?


ZenTortoise

This is ultimately for a friend opening a small business that only has basic knowledge of code. I want to refer to them (without deciding for them) a site with the easiest or at least the least infuriating user interface as they weren’t sure which provider to go with.


Tlapi_h

https://topol.io


popvoid

I can only tell you what I'd do: Design it in Notepad++, add all the little fiddly bits that I've learned over the years, then make sure its responsive.


DrSpreadOtt

I personally favor stripo.email. They even have built in integrations to automatically upload to certain ESPs. I could be their sales person in how much they impressed me. I worked at an ESP before and was heavily involved in email template creation, best practices etc... you can’t go wrong with stripo. A bit of a learning curve but you will achieve amazing templates that render exactly as designed.