Often it happens that some Email Clients delete the <head> and <style> tags from the HTML/CSS of your newsletters. You don’t need to be an expert webmaster to understand that this messes up the rendering of your newsletter, wiping out all your work.
And don’t believe that it is something that rarely happens either: Gmail, one of the most popular Email Client Services in the world, deletes the CSS in the <style> tag.
To fix this problem, you have 3 solutions:
- You can write the inline email HTML/CSS code by yourself by placing the elements in the most congenial way that respects all the different rules of every Email Client Services.
- You can try an external software that does the “dirty job” for you: this means you have to export the html code of your newsletter on an external service, wait to be correctly translated in an email inline CSS form and then bring it back on your work area. Even so you cannot be sure that it will display correctly. You should still test your newsletter with services as Litmus or EmailOnAcid to be sure that the code is properly optimized.
- You can use MS and forget about everything else.
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