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I sent a campaign with multiple links to my recipients. The number one link clicked was http:// (domain) /stylesheets/mailstyle.css
I received a perfect copy of the intended campaign, but I am not sure why link to CSS stylesheet is being clicked. This link is not even in the email.
Using v 184.108.40.206 on OSX, Safari, latest builds.
Please provide me with a link to download/view the HTML of your newsletter.
this is the online version, not sure if actual campaign is different behind the hood
Thanks @tierpinho. Sendy converts any values in href to trackable links. You have this in your code:
<link href="http://www.aviator.aero/stylesheets/mailstyle.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
That's probably why you're seeing the link under "Link Activities".
Does this mean that users are able to click this link? I do not see this link as an option in UI view.
The link is not visible when they view your email. If they purposely view the raw source of your email, they will be able to see this link (and the entire HTML code for that matter).
yes, that is ok. I guess the link is being called each time the user views the email.
It also seems to be affecting the UI of the email as some are appearing without CSS. Do you recommend hard coded UI or as-is CSS?
I suggest moving your CSS inline, it's best practice for emails. Move your CSS into the HTML code. Then use this convenient tool - http://inlinestyler.torchboxapps.com/