Join Chris Converse for an in-depth discussion in this video Where to go from here, part of Creating a Responsive HTML Email.
Now that you've completed creating a responsive HTML email, it's important to…let your clients know what some of the limitations are around HTML emails.…Let them know that the design will not be…pixel perfect or cross all the different email clients.…And in some cases based on the layout and what's supported…in email clients, you may need to make some design concessions.…You should also get your design client to prioritize…the HTML email clients that they need to support.…This will help you prioritze the HTML and CSS and…layout concessions you need to make based…on what's supported across the different email clients.…
And with their new design skill try out different…combinations of HTML and CSS to create new layouts.…This is what I did to achieve the design for this particular course.…And then test and refine your code to support all of the email clients that…are in your list and you'll also want to read articles and blog posts online.…Campaign Monitor has a free guide that most of…the email vendors I listed earlier in this course point…
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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
Q: What are the sizes of the images used in this course?
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."