Some companies, such as Google with Gmail, automatically render your domain (in plain text), phone number, and address as clickable links when displaying your email. This happens even if you had not intended or designed it to do so and, is a matter outside of our control as Google is making these changes to the email after we have sent them.
However, there are a number ways to work around this, using the HTML Code View in the editor:
The first method is to actually make the domain a link, but remove the styling, as below:
This will stop Gmail and other services changing the appearance of your address, so it won't display as a link but, if clicked on, it will still link to your address.
- Another alternative is to break up the domain with a span element, as below:
This will stop Gmail interpreting the text as a link and changing the appearance of your email.
This method applies to addresses as well. In the picture below, only the first piece of code displayed as a link