A bombproof button that works on everything, even lotus notes…
October 10th was the second Codepen Brighton Meet up. An awesome idea to bring together a group of codepen users of any level of coding experience and no matter the size of the codepen.
The email community was awash on February 13th this year, an unwanted early valentines day gift had landed on the Google blog, bringing the power of AMP to email.
The long-peddled phrase about email development being stuck in 1999 isn’t true any more, with some of the best and most popular email clients matching web standards pretty much toe-to-toe. Recently we’ve seen Gmail fix almost all of their rendering issues (with some nuances) and iOS roll out support for CSS Grid.
However, this drastic improvement in HTML support means that the state of email rendering is somewhat fluid at the moment, so it’s important to stay up to date with just what you can do where. Continue reading 5 ways to stay up to date with email code
TL;DR: TD,TR aren’t good, but we’re stuck with them.
As you may or may not know, the HTML standard for email is a mess. There is no defined standard, it is more a way of coding that is a reliable as we can get in as many email platforms as we can. It is easy to dismiss it as coding for 1995 – and the table based approach has its roots from that era – but there is at least a dash of some more modern code in order to apply fixes and add enhancement. Continue reading Will there ever be an email standard?