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Make your email interactive in Gmail by using CSS attribute selectors

A few days back I posted the article Gmail Supports the Style tag!... Well sort of when I discovered that you could simulate CSS class selectors in Gmail by targeting attributes that Gmail does not strip such as the title attribute.

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Gmail supports the Style tag!… Well sort of

Will you be surprised to hear you can actually put CSS including pseudo-classes like :hover in a <style> block and have them work in Gmail? Well as I found out recently, you can! ...

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Outlook.com removes all content within conditional comments

However I recently noticed that Outlook.com is stripping content within ALL conditional comments! Content that only used to be hidden only in Outlook is now also hidden in Outlook.com.

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Outlook.com and Background Images

A well placed background image can make all the difference in an email. If you have an image that you'd like to use as the background, use a table cell background to get it to work in Outlook.com (Hotmail).This is effective because

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Bulletproof Solution to Hiding Mobile Content when opened in Non-Mobile Email Clients

This is a definitive guide into hiding content on desktop and web clients that you only want displayed on mobile email clients.

These days, responsive design is getting popular on email. Having the layout and sizes of elements change when viewed on a

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Email Client Media Query and Embedded Styles Support 2014

The email client landscape is very fluid. Webmail providers make frequent tweaks which often affect the rendering of our email design.

The following is a table of media query and embedded styles (CSS placed within <style> tags) support in the various major email

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How Yahoo! Mail’s Mangling of Media Queries Affects Your CSS

The first part of this article talked about what you should be aware when creating email with Media Queries in relation to Yahoo! Mail.

In this article we’ll look at what happens when Yahoo! Mail mangles media

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Why Not to Put Regular CSS Under Media Query Blocks [Yahoo! Mail]

In a previous blog post we saw how Yahoo! Mail mangles media queries and how we can address it. However there is a less well known, adverse effect that arises from Yahoo! Mail's mangling of CSS. If you have CSS rules

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