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Mar 6, 2014 1:43 PM (in response to mdermez) Oh, I thought you were building an HTML e-mail for a client newsletter or something. Good show. Caryn This is awesome info. http://www.elliot-ross.co.uk Elliot Ross ah see what you mean so in theory, the body and img you only need to specify once, then the conditional bit just has bgemailfix. https://litmus.com/blog/background-colors-html-email
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| tags, black (or sometimes blue!) backgrounds result, with no regard to the color specified: RGB values in email RGB values didn't If you need a background, you'll have to make a container element and add the background to that. I must say you have done a great job with this. it really works perfect as I want webworldatom15 June 2015, 5:21 great guide! |
Charles Iscove01 March 2012, 13:47 Very good article on this problem - however no matter what fixes you apply once you mix images tables with text tables - whether nested or But in my ‘template' I also include a lot of ‘reset' styles… e.g. This way even if the body background color is not supported you will have something pretty similar shown. Outlook 2013 Email Background Color The CSS approach Not wanting to keep the ever-demanding Outlook 2007 and its relation, Outlook 2010 away from the action, we turned to a crafty technique for getting background images to
To block this, use an HTML entity in your phone number that Gmail does not recognize such as “” 212 So what's an inline style?
RJ19 July 2013, 11:31 Gmail does accept the style tag in the head section, subsequently it does accept css*... Gmail Html Email Templates Back again? We often get asked about the best way to add a background image to an email newsletter. Here it is, short and sweet: