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In this video, we'll look at how to plan to code a two-column HTML email. Typically, this two-column design is used to send an email newsletter. The first step in planning a two-column HTML email design is to print out the JPEG, or to call it up in Photoshop with a lot of white space around, and then use Photoshop to pick out the colors, to use the Marquee tool to determine the width of all the elements, and to note all the details on the side of the printout or on the side of your Photoshop file.
Now, that we know all of the details about our two-column HTML email, in the next step, we'll begin to turn it into code.
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