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Outlook 07 & 10 placing a blank box shape in text that reflects the same size of an image placed below

MarketVolt

Jr. Member
Total Posts:  39
Posted: 18 August 2016 09:12 AM

Outlook 07 & 10 are the only clients showing this error. Seems to be placing a blank space the same width and height as the image placed below it. Has happened in a couple different mailings, so it is not independent to one set of code.

Here is the code for the table the issue is in, attached is all the code for the template.

<table width=“365” border=“0” align=“center” cellpadding=“0” cellspacing=“0” style=“border-collapse:collapse;background-color:#ffffff;” class=“table2”>
  <tbody>
      <tr>
        <td border=“0” cellpadding=“0” cellspacing=“0” style=“border-collapse:collapse;padding:5px;width:365px;background-color:#ffffff;” bgcolor=”#ffffff”>
        <font color=”#111111” face=“Trebuchet MS, Verdana,
Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif”><font size=“3”>http://images.marketvolt.com/Client/5457507_1555030819.jpgTo meet this demand, more people are being hired and
trained to help care for this growth, further strengthening the
reach and influence of the hospitality industry. As these new
muscles were developed, the comparative economic impact of the
hotel and tourism-oriented business worldwide today averages 3
times that of other major industries. Not too shabby.

       

        Over the years, the world of hospitality has been
made doubly vital because of its connection to fine arts,
history, heritage, the environment—and countless other
experiences that are part of the lifestyle we take part in and
learn from.

       

        http://images.marketvolt.com/Client/5457507_1945424253.png style=float:leftmargin:5px align=left vspace=5 hspace=5 alt= Like any major worldwide industry, it has and will continue to
experience ups and downs. If you’re a hotelier (and most
who read this newsletter are), the trick is to harness the
“ups,” building them into your everyday business
routine. That way, when the “downs” rear their ugly
heads, you’ll be better prepared to confront, or avoid
altogether.

       

        Don’t forget there’s strength in numbers.
While putting in place and utilizing a combination of digital and
conventional marketing to attract visitors and guests—you
should do your best to know and interact with your
competition.

       

        http://images.marketvolt.com/Client/5457507_1704933424.jpg style=float:leftmargin:5px align=left vspace=5 hspace=5 alt= Sharing a few secrets is always a positive move. This ability
to communicate, both internally and externally, will help keep
you and the market you represent on an even keel.

       

        Done right it’s the perfect example of blending
art and science for a successful conclusion.</font>

        </font></td>
      </tr>
  </tbody>
</table>

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Alex Ilhan

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Administrator
Total Posts:  217
Posted: 22 August 2016 08:42 AM
[ # 1 ]

Hey Marketvolt,

Welcome back to the EoA forums!

I believe this is because of the length of the email, I ran a few tests with your code adding rows and breaks around that image. Although this blog post is a little old, it’s still relevant and should help you fix it: https://www.emailonacid.com/blog/article/email-development/horizontal_spacing_issues_in_outlook_2007_and_2010

Let me know if you have any further questions

Alex.