Gmail iOS App Increases Email Font Size and What You Can Do About It

The Gmail app on IOS is increasing the font size in some emails. For the most part, this change has improved the experience on Gmail as it has made previously small fonts legible. However in other emails it has made the experience much worse, primarily by causing lines to wrap and breaking designs...

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Interactive Tabs for Email

Wouldn't it be cool if you could create interactive tabs that work in email? Well here's a technique to create tabs that work in both mobile and webmail, yes including Gmail using the Gmail lang trick...

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6 Email Client Hacks You Need To Know [Infographic]

If you or a team member has just been introduced to the black art of email design, these simple tips may just save you hours figuring out why your design looks broken on certain major email clients...

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Why Better CSS Support in Outlook Is Good For Microsoft #letsfixemail

Ever since Outlook 2007 the Word rendering engine has been used to render emails in Outlook. The Word engine has limited support for CSS based layouts and ever since then email coders have had to design around its numerous quirks including using tables for layout.

Not only is this time consuming and error prone, it should be completely unnecessary...

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Thoughts on Webmail CSS Support #Letsfixemail

I’ve been thinking on what needs to be done to address this issue. For this post, I’ll focus on the Webmail clients – Gmail, Yahoo! Mail and Outlook.com...

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Speaking About Email Client CSS Support at Inbox Love [Coupon!]

On October 29th I will be speaking as part of a panel with Andrew King of Lyris, Colin Nederkoorn of Customer.io and Ros Hodgekiss of Campaign Monitor (the moderator) at Inbox Love. Inbox Love is a conference taking place at Microsoft’s campus in Mountain View targeted to folks who build email applications and platforms...

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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.

In this article I'll delve into the nitty gritty of what I’ve found concerning this technique...

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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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4 Email Examples that are Pushing the Envelope of Email

Animated gifs can be an effective technique to increase reader engagement by catching the eye of the recipient. There are a number of alternative innovative ways to boost reader engagement, and here are 4 of my favorites in terms of originality and uniqueness.

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