Standard Merge Tags
|ARCHIVE||A link to an online version of the email|
|OPTIN||A link to a page that subscribes a user|
|OPTOUT||A link to a page that unsubscribes a user|
|UNSUB||A link to a page where a user can opt out of emails|
|SUBJECT||The subject of the email|
|PUBLISHED_ON||The date/time the email is sent out|
|ARCHIVE_PAGE||A boolean indicating True if viewed online, false if in an email|
|_FORM:FORM_ID||A link to a custom form with id FORM_ID|
Merge tags are inserted into a template surrounded by the
|* characters. The merge tag is not case sensitive
*|Name|* will work the same as
Formatting Merge Tags
You can provide an alternative value for a merge tag for cases where the merge tag may be empty by giving an OR value,
Merge tags can take an additional formatting option by separating the merge tag with a
*|Name:cap|* to make the Name customer property use title casing.
If you have a list of items in the data, you can select the first or last item in a collecting with
The first and last selector can be used more than once, and can also be used in combination with the above OR and FORMAT merge tags, e.g.
|upper||MAKE UPPER CASE|
|lower||make lower case|
|cap||Capitalize Or Title Case|
|url-encode||Encode as a URL|
|xml-encode||Encode as XML|
|html-encode||Encode as HTML|
|date:format||Encode as date using format after trying to parse string as datetime, e,g *|Date of Birth:FORMAT:DATE:dd/MM/yyyy|*|
|limit:length|| Limit the amount of text shown to length
| Note that the limit formatting can be applied after other format tags too e.g. To make something titlecase and limited to 10 characters...
|*|<tag>:FORMAT:NUM:###,###.00|*||formats Money to a 2 decimal point|
The format directives above are not case sensitive
|P||show the Pounds value|
|p||show the pence value|
|S||show the currency symbol|
Dates and DateTimes
|C||century of era (>=0)||number||20|
|Y||year of era (>=0)||year||1996|
|w||week of weekyear||number||27|
|e||day of week||number||2|
|E||day of week||text||Tuesday; Tue|
|D||day of year||number||189|
|M||month of year||month||July; Jul; 07|
|d||day of month||number||10|
|a||halfday of day||text||PM|
|K||hour of halfday (0~11)||number||0|
|h||clockhour of halfday (1~12)||number||12|
|H||hour of day (0~23)||number||23|
|k||clockhour of day (1~24)||number||24|
|m||minute of hour||number||30|
|s||second of minute||number||59|
|S||fraction of second||number||978|
|z||time zone||text||Pacific Standard Time; PST|
|Z||time zone offset/id||zone||-0800; -08:00; America / Los_Angeles|
The count of pattern letters determines the format.
Text: If the number of pattern letters is 4 or more, the full form is used; otherwise a short or abbreviated form is used if available.
Number: The minimum number of digits. Shorter numbers are zero-padded to this amount.
Year: Numeric presentation for year and weekyear fields are handled specially. For example, if the count of 'y' is 2, the year will be displayed as the zero-based year of the century, which is two digits.
Month: 3 or over, use text, otherwise use number.
Zone: 'Z' outputs offset without a colon, 'ZZ' outputs the offset with a colon, 'ZZZ' or more outputs the zone id.
Zone names: Time zone names ('z') cannot be parsed.
Note that merge tags within the following tags must have any spaces replaced with an underscore, so that
First Name would become
To repeat a section over a list of items passed into with the merge data use
<code><tr data-intilery-repeat="item in Content"> <td>*|item.Name|*</td><td>*|item.Value|*</td> </tr>
If you want to repeat over everything except the first or last element you can use
data-intilery-repeat="item in Content:REST" to not include the first element,
data-intilery-repeat="item in Content:TRUNC" to not include the last element, or
data-intilery-repeat="item in Content:TRUNCREST" to not include either the first or last element.
Optionally displaying a section
You can test against a boolean or for the existence of a key using
<h2 data-intilery-if="ARCHIVE_PAGE">Only rendered online, not in email</h2>