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 "CSS and Email, Kissing in a Tree" at A List Apart
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Daniel
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 03, 2004 1:21 pm (13 years, 7 months ago) Reply with QuoteBack to Top

A List Apart has published a new article by Mark Wyner, entitled "CSS and Email, Kissing in a Tree".

This article explains how to safely use CSS in HTML emails (usually newsletters, but not necessarily).

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Despite prevailing wisdom to the contrary, you can safely deploy HTML emails styled with good old-fashioned CSS. If you're not content to roll over and use font tags in your HTML emails, read on.

However you'll have a hard time getting around Hotmail's filter Sad:

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Hotmail: the biggest demon of them all. It has no mercy for HTML emails utilizing CSS. It not only eradicated my styles, but also all of the following tags from my email: <head>, <title>, <meta>, and <body>. Kiss aesthetic design goodbye.

Read the article

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