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Publyo - Email Template

Publyo - Email Template


  • Fixed, fluid layout and valid HTML
  • Dynamic rate option
  • N/A Height, Styles and Events
  • 100% tested
  • Layered Firefox PNG and PSD for Customisation
  • Easy to customize and update
  • Ability to delete/duplicate any row/table
  • Valid XHTML Strict and CSS
  • Compatibility with all web browsers and Email Clients
  • The newsletter has been tested and verified to work on all major email clients. The tests was made with Litmus – a great HTML testing tool
  • PNG – Firewords & PSD files included – fully layered, labeled and sliced

Template description

With its simple and friendly look, this email template is about events and not only this. The event boxes, the color scheme, the n/a height space and the 80% editable font give the design a unique elegance. Also, don’t miss the details in the code – the clock icons, the event day, the print button, the rate option, the facebook like icon etc.

Last but not last, this template was born from a ThemeForest user feedback (comment).

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The structure / code

The Fireworks source file is fully layered, labeled and sliced. You can easily find what you need and change it as you wish. Also The HTML source is incredibly easy to customize to your or your client’s specific needs.

The HTML code has been tested for all major mail applications. I’ve tested this extensively and it meets every major standard for email templates out there. The HTML template have been tested on Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Apple Mail, Hotmail and Microsoft Outlook, Thunderbird as well.

To edit the files ( made in Fireworks and DreamWeaver ) please follow the folders and code comments and you will find each section tag. For technical support, please contact me and I will provide all my support.

In Email Marketing you need to take the control of the design process, don’t forget this.


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