Media queries can be used to target certain resolutions or even specific email clients and can replace or work alongside fluid hybrid design. With the latest update to Outlook.com, all modern webmail clients now support media queries (with some caveats). We have seen a resurgence in queries and interest in how to use them, which we’ll … Continue reading “Media Queries Demystified: CSS Min-Width and Max-Width”
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In this post we break down how content-type plays such a major role in how your email is displayed and why you should encode your characters.
Curious about coding preheaders?
Learn how to code hidden preheader text in this handy blog.
Have you been dying to add video to your emails, but worried about the technical barriers? It might not be as hard as you thought. Just take our handy code snippet and insert your own video.
We’re delighted to bring you two brand new email clients to Email on Acid; iPhone X and Outlook for iOS.
We break down what you need to know about Text-to-image ratios in emails. What we should be really concerned with and what is simply a myth.
Check out our latest feature! Enabling you to send your email tests without breaking your email development workflow.
In this article, we break down exactly what email marketers need to know about the GDPR coming on 23rd May 2018.
Heidi Olsen shares her thoughts on how implementing a design system can save you time, money, and effort when creating your emails. Leaving you more time to innovate.
Guest blogger Erika Brookes of Springbot shares her thoughts on the importance of list segmentation.
Every audience is different, period.
One incentive to your audience could fall flat, while another soars. That is why it’s critical to test, test and test some more.
We caught up with MJML project leader, Nicolas Garnier, for an interview.
We cover email development, MJML, and the future of email.
Have you ever wondered why can’t you use the same fancy design in your email templates as on your website? This post will explain the basics and some limitations of email design.
Chatbots are one the fastest growing trends in the marketing world.
In this post we explain what chatbots are, how they work, and if they’ll be the death of email marketing.
We’ve now released iOS10 testing available in Email on Acid on four different devices.
Katrina Manning, writer of all things digital marketing, shares her thoughts on why email marketing still works.
Pseudo elements often go unused in email development.
In this post, we’ll break down where they’re supported, how to use them and some fun examples for you to use in your emails.
Email design can be incredibly frustrating. If you have coding or
marketing questions you just can’t seem to figure out, sometimes it’s
best to ask an expert.
That’s why we compiled a list of the most tried
and trusted email developers, designers and coders from our community.
In this blog, I’ll be looking at two innovative email layout techniques, their advantages and disadvantages, and how they fare with real content.
Looking at both Mark Robbin’s Table of your Dreams and Rémi Parmentier’s Fab Four Technique.