2 thoughts on “How to get images to display correctly in Gmail”

  1. Nice one. I’ll have to test this on some of the templates we use. We usually need tables to make sure menus line up properly which seems so archaic but so are most email clients.

  2. When it comes to HTML email, code like it’s 1999.

    You can’t get away with much, but there are some cool things that you can get away with – for example the text-shadow css rule is supported by the major providers, which means you can make large headings pop with some subtle gradients and shadows.

    Maybe I should do a few more of these posts :)

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