One of the best features of Evergage is the ability to insert complex HTML, CSS and JavaScript into a message. However, if you don't know what you're doing, this can become a security risk. In order prevent malicious code that you may inadvertently allow into your site, Evergage will automatically sandbox any messages with complex code. This means we simply won't allow those messages to be displayed on your site. When you save the message, you'll get this warning:

 

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 However, if you trust the code that you've put in your message, you can turn this security protocol off. Simply go to the Settings tab (little gear icon) and select Integration, then Setup, and under Advanced Options uncheck "Sandbox Unsafe Message Content."

 

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Now your message will successfully appear on your site. Just be careful when dealing with 3rd party JavaScript. Instead of the previous warning message, you'll see this new one: 

 

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