The next video in the series is up, and in this one we quickly cover the concepts of Layout templates, Pages, and Partials.
In a nutshell, Foundation for Emails (F4E) lets you create several nested layers of HTML when making your emails. In addition there are several placed you can use variables within the templates so that the Panini template engine can replace the variables with values.
Layouts form the outer main HTML for the page, including important HTML doctype info. Inside the layout, you define tags that pull in specific Pages. Each Page can also include “partials”, or separate code fragment files, that are generally reused across several emails or campaigns. Through all of these, you can use Handlebar formatted Panini variables to pull data into these HTML files.
In the upcoming videos in the series, we will be covering the use of specific Inky tags, content alignment, handling images, and more. Get on the list below and you can get notified of new content and helpful stuff.