I wrote on the Email on Acid blog a technique to mimic fixed positioning yet works on a surprising number of email clients, namely: iOS (iPhone, iPad), Apple Mail, Outlook for Mac, Gmail Webmail and Mobile Apps (yes!) and Yahoo!
With the advent of iOS 11, designers are reporting wierd quirks with their design when opened in a device running the latest operating system, particularly when it comes to zooming or right vertical gaps in the email. One of the first things
Yahoo! Mail released an update that came with a new UI, a few new features and some performance improvements. Yahoo! Mail also made some tweaks on how they process CSS as well. The significant change is that the new Yahoo! Mail no
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.
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