The Gmail iOS app now supports IMAP and GANGA (Gmail App with a Non-Google Account). Here’s what you need to know.
For EOA’s holiday email, I thought it would be fun to create a 3D card
opening effect. Because of the techniques involved in CSS animation, I
knew this would only work in a few clients. I coded the email to work
only in iOS devices.
Read on to see how easy this effect is!
Retina images are a simple form of mobile optimization that can be
implemented in any email campaign. Want to know what a ‘retina display’
really is, and how to code these beautiful images into your own
You’ve come to the right place.
The Gmail app for iOS has a nasty habit of ‘clipping‘ emails, or cutting their contents short, and adding a button that says ‘Download entire message.’ This could potentially hide an email’s main content or call to action, but really any extra step a reader has to take is a huge stumbling block to the success of an email campaign. After clicking ‘Download entire message’ the rest of the email appears within the viewing pane.
My testing did reveal a number of interesting things about Gmail clipping. I’ll discuss them in this blog, but you can just skip down to the cheat-sheet if you want the down-low.