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CSS Framework For Responsive E-mails – Ink

CSS Framework For Responsive E-mails – Ink

We used to see lots of CSS frameworks for website layouts but it is hard to find one for e-mails. Ink, by Zurb, fills that gap by simplifying the creation of HTML e-mails that look the same on all major e-mail clients. The framework includes the styles for a table-based grid, buttons, panels, retina images and ...

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Create Cross-Client HTML E-mails – Premailer

Create Cross-Client HTML E-mails – Premailer

HTML e-mails need some special attention when coding them. We should be using inline CSS and absolute paths, many modern elements are not supported (table-usage is preferred), etc. Premailer is a free web-based tool (an optional bookmarklet exists) that can help you create "more compatible" HTML e-mails by ...

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A Responsive Newsletter Template – Antwort

A Responsive Newsletter Template – Antwort

Responsive layouts are everywhere on the web. But, for e-mails (whose standards almost never changed), usually, we still prefer fixed-width layouts. Antwort is a free newsletter template that still uses tables but manages to provide a responsive layout. It is a multi-column layout where columns are transformed ...

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Free Newsletter Template In HTML & PSD

Free Newsletter Template In HTML & PSD

Few weeks ago, EmailCraft, an e-mail/newsletter design and markup service, has contacted me asking whether their service can be reviewed at WRD. I thought this was a chance to offer another nice freebie to WRD readers and try the service which I was aware of for a long time. EmailCraft gifted their "Design & ...

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Responsive Newsletter Templates By ZURB

Responsive Newsletter Templates By ZURB

It was always the desktop where e-mails were viewed but this has changed a lot and e-mails are now reached from multiple devices. Just like web pages, e-mails can be responsive too, so that they will be displayed as expected on tablets and mobile devices as well. ZURB is sharing a free set of responsive e-mail ...

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Open Source Tool To Backup Gmail Accounts: Gmvault

Gmail is probably the most widely used e-mail provider between creative people. It is always simplistic, modern and always works. Personally, besides my personal e-mail, I use their "custom domain" feature for handling the e-mails of all my projects. As expected, the content there is very valuable and hard ...

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A Guide For Designing E-mails: Emailology

Emailology is a website which aims to guide designers and developers with the best practices of e-mail design. The project includes an e-mail boilerplate, that is very well-commented and includes hacks for cross-client compatibility, for starting quickly. A knowledgebase lists the tips and tricks categorized for ...

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Fractal: HTML-CSS Validation For E-mails

E-mail code validation is a painful job considering many e-mail clients/applications have a low-level HTML-CSS rendering support and many others have their own standards. Actually, it is worse than designing for the browser. Fractal is a free-to-use web application for validating HTML-CSS code across 24 most-popular ...

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