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    Senior Member Webzarus's Avatar
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    Just read the part about the newsletter...

    Most mail clients support basic CSS, outlook probably supports the most , but not everybody uses outlook. And with everyone mails systems stripping out potential malicious code...

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    Quote Originally Posted by frabjousday, post: 222739
    I do realize that I need to clean up the code, but I avoided using an external file for my CSS because I don't have my own server and this code is just for a client who will use it as an e-newsletter.
    If you can't do a separate CSS file, at least get it out of inline and all in one place in the HTML file.
    All I know is that I an do the equal-column layout by using divs, I'm stumped when it comes to tables, sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlphaMare, post: 222795
    If you can't do a separate CSS file, at least get it out of inline and all in one place in the HTML file.
    All I know is that I an do the equal-column layout by using divs, I'm stumped when it comes to tables, sorry.
    So, I've cleaned up my code and gotten rid of the tables. Do you have a better idea of how I could keep the right and left "column areas" even in height no matter how much (or how little) content I put into either one?

    My new link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/41744567/irt...ltemplate.html


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