You have created your signature template and you are happy with the layout and design. However, you've noticed a pop-up appear in the preview window advising you of a 10,000 character limit.
Below are some tips, tricks and methods to prevent this issue.
There are many free tools available that can shorten links to a much more manageable size.
Check if it's possible to combine information into one text box, such as an email address and web address or even a physical address?
You may not be able to combine some information, such as dynamic information.
Sometimes, using tables to separate your information is better - this creates less HTML than grouping elements.
Re-evaluate the information you are putting into your signature template.
For example, do you really need to display an email address? Can you remove the Website URL and simply have this as a clickable link on your logo or social media icon?
Legal Disclaimers in email signatures are typically required by law; however, the information displayed can vary. You can simply add this in by creating a link for the end-user to click on instead.
Check with your Legal team beforehand to ensure there is no legal requirement for you to have this displayed in your emails.