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KevinCon Purchased

I understand the mail format, but tables :(

quezart

i don’t understand what you mean

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Haha the template is made in table format, Div format would have worked too. But it is for mail and for php to send mail you can’t reference a stylesheet.

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I like it.

quezart

i don’t normally develop in tables, but if you want emails to be viewed in all browsers and clients it is best in tables.

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Font not included…

quezart

I apologize for that… Times New Roman will work as it is the font used in the mail. I used a font that comes with Mac by default called “Goudy Old Style”. I will update the download with the font.

quezart

let me recommend http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fonts/Garton.

perfect font for the header

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@KevinCon: Tables are standard with email templates; most email clients/apps do not render emails correctly when built with more modern techniques. DIVs and even a lot of CSS styling (background images, etc.) do not render correctly.

http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/html-css-techniques/20-email-design-best-practices-and-resources-for-beginners/

See #2. ;)


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