Knak emails are built by dragging rows into your message and populating the rows with content objects like buttons, images and text boxes.
Each row has customizable settings that control the row look & layout.
How to adjust row properties.
Let's take a look at a simple email design with one row and two columns.
If you click on either of the content objects (button or social media icons) you can see content editing options on the right of the screen for that object.
If you click to the right of all content objects you will bring up the 'Section attributes'
Here you can set row properties such as background colors, background images and row padding.
You can also set properties for individual columns with the row.
Below are the available row editing options.
Row background color
Row content color
Row background image
Set column background color, column border and individual column padding. In the screenshot below the left column (column 1) has a blue background, red border and 20px top padding.
Set the corner radius of each column to make them as round as you want.
This particular column has a corner radius of 100 px with a red background.
For each row you can:
- Hide the row on mobile or desktop
- If it's a multi-column row choose if the columns will stack or not
- Choose the order of stacking (left to right is standard, you can switch to right to left)
Need more help? Contact support via live chat within Knak using the chat bubble in the bottom right corner or email firstname.lastname@example.org