Just thought of something interesting, and have yet to find a relevant discussion on it elsewhere,
so I thought the list might have the answer.
I am building an html email for a mail out, and I wondered if CSS is possible in this kind of thing.
If it is, how do I do it? Do I put the style online and link to it using an absolute reference like
an image? Or do I put <style> block in the head? Or do I do it inline?
What clients does this work in? I tried it on Outlook 2000 and Outlook Express 6, and they both
work. I also tried Yahoo web email and that works. Hotmail removes my style block (in the head) so
it looks plain. Entourage on a Mac views it as HTML in the preview window, but when you open it
into it's own window, it loses it's style and seems to show the plain text version, although it does
still pick up the <strong> tags that are in the text. Is this a setting in Entourage that is making
it do this though?
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