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Apple Mail Sometimes Hides the Last Image in an Email

When you have an email with an image at the very bottom of an email, sometimes that image is not displayed in Apple Mail. This is a very strange bug that is unlikely to manifest in real campaigns because most emails contain

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Targeting The New Responsive Gmail With CSS [Updated]

With the new Gmail update it is now harder to use CSS to distinguish Gmail that doesn't support advanced CSS3 like interactivity and animations from clients like the iPhone email client that does.

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Labels With Images May Not Be Clickable in Internet Explorer

If you've been experimenting with interactive email, you may find that carousels with image thumbnails may not trigger in Yahoo! Mail or AOL when viewed in Internet Explorer even though they support interactivity. Thankfully there are workarounds that allow you put

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Targeting AOL Mail

If your design needs some tweaking in AOL Mail, this article covers some techniques you can use to target your fixes just for this email client.

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Implementing Navigation Controls in Image Carousels for Email

This article goes into the nitty gritty of using the CSS :checked selector and checkboxes to implement navigation controls for a carousel in email.

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Image Map Support in Email Clients

There is a misconception that image maps are poorly supported among email clients. This article goes over which clients support image maps as well as some of the advantages and disadvantageous of using them in your campaigns.

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How to Implement Sliding Carousel Transitions

This article goes into the details on adding sliding transitions between images in a image carousel for email.

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Yahoo Mail Android Only Supports Style Tag in Email Body

Although the Android and iOS versions of the Yahoo! Mail app look similar, there is a key difference between them and that is the iOS version supports <style> in both the head as well as the body of the email whereas the

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Gmail Announces Support for Embedded Styles and Media Queries

Today Gmail made a huge announcement that will forever change the way we code emails. Gmail will be supporting embedded styles! That means... you got it. No more inlining!

Here's Gmail's documentation on what is supported.

Read Geoff Phillips analysis on the

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Gmail Supports display:none and Gmail iOS Font Fix Update

One of my most often used hacks is the dash hack or &nbsp; hack to prevent the Gmail iOS app from drastically increasing the font size for certain emails. The technique took advantage of the fact that Gmail doesn't support display:none.

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