Join Chris Converse for an in-depth discussion in this video Styling anchor links as buttons, part of Creating a Responsive HTML Email.
So now what we're going to do, is take these learn more links…inside of our promos and style them so they look more like buttons.…Let it does this, let's come back to our…HTML, that HTML file inside of our text editor.…Let's scroll up and find our two promos.…So inside of our promos row here, we can see promo one and promo two.…Inside of promo one.…Let's come inside of the anchor tag.…Let's hit a space, and let's add some inline styling here.…Le'ts start by adding a style attribute.…First thing were going to do is set a background color.…
So, background desk-color, the value's going to be #71a412.…Next we're going to set a border-radius to five pixels.…We're going to set color which is the type color to white.…Next, we're going to set padding, five pixels on the top, ten pixels…on the right, five on the bottom and ten pixels on the left.…Next we'll set text decoration to none. This will remove the underline.…Next we'll set text shadow.…We'll set zero pixels on the x offset, two pixels on the y offset.…
Two pixels of blur and then a color of #385606.…
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- Creating the graphics
- Setting up the base layout structure
- Styling the table rows for the headline, banner, etc.
- Creating buttons
- Adding CSS media queries
- Styling the content
- Incorporating animation and web fonts
- Validating your code
- Testing in various email clients
Skill Level Beginner
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Q: This course was updated on 11/26/2013. What changed?
A: We added two new movies to Chapter 5, "Adding HTML5 video into HTML email" and "Encoding and embedding base64 images."
Q: This course was updated on 12/03/2014. What changed?
A: We added one bonus movie, "Using high-definition graphics in your HTML email."