Use these HTML Tags and CSS Attributes for feedBAKER messages
Amazon is allowing HTML tags and CSS attributes for feedBAKER messages. As most of you know–and some will soon know–that feedBAKER has some amazing capabilities that users can access. For instance, are you aware you could write custom HTML code for your messages? That’s right. For those who are a bit more tech savvy we allow you to write your own HTML and CSS. The key to writing this is understanding what HTML code is allowed. We’ve provided you with a chart to use as a guide to see which html tags and CSS attributes are allowed on Amazon. As always, remember that you cannot link to a website outside of Amazon; follow its rules and use wise judgement.
This is a complete list of allowed HTML tags. Any tag not present on this list will be stripped, but the element’s subtree will be preserved in the output document The one exception is <FORM>, which will be stripped but the FORM’s subtree will be included in our output document.
Allowed CSS Attributes
This is a complete list of allowed CSS attribute values. Any CSS value appearing in an inline style attribute which is not in this list will be discarded.
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