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Extra Bullet Point Appearing in Email Send but not in Dreamweaver

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Hello,

 

I have built an email in Dreamweaver that has a bulleted section. In the HTML, there are two bullet points, but once I send a test email to myself, a third bullet point is appearing that does not exist in the code. Screenshots are included below. Is there a way to resolve this?

This is how is appears in Dreamweaver and when viewing the HTML file through my browser.This is how is appears in Dreamweaver and when viewing the HTML file through my browser.This is how it appears when I send myself a test send.This is how it appears when I send myself a test send.

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Extra Bullet Point Appearing in Email Send but not in Dreamweaver

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Hello,

 

I have built an email in Dreamweaver that has a bulleted section. In the HTML, there are two bullet points, but once I send a test email to myself, a third bullet point is appearing that does not exist in the code. Screenshots are included below. Is there a way to resolve this?

This is how is appears in Dreamweaver and when viewing the HTML file through my browser.This is how is appears in Dreamweaver and when viewing the HTML file through my browser.This is how it appears when I send myself a test send.This is how it appears when I send myself a test send.

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Show us your code, not screenshos.    But before you do, validate code and fix reported errors.

 

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Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Please copy and paste the code here sp that we can see what has gone wrong


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It appears that it was an Outlook rendering issue. I was able to fix by inputting the following after the last <ul> tag in the code.

 

<div style="display:none;">&nbsp;</div>

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Ummmmm.... that doesn't seem right even for Outlook.

Did you validate your other code to ensure there are no critical errors?

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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