CSS Inlining in Email: What It Is + How To Do It [Webinar Recording]

CSS inlining is crucial for building bulletproof emails. In this actionable webinar, Kevin Mandeville, Litmus’ own email design extraordinaire (and the guy who embedded a live Twitter feed in an email!), takes you through the CSS inlining process from start to finish. He explores exactly what inline CSS is and why it’s essential for creating bulletproof HTML emails that look great everywhere.

Wait. What Just Happened to My Email? Webinar Recording

We recently hosted a webinar with Sendwithus covering some of the most common problems new email designers and marketers are likely to encounter. While we covered a lot, there were still some excellent questions from attendees. Read on to see my answers and check out some excellent resources to getting started in email.

 

A Guide to CSS Inlining in Email

“Inlining” styles moves the CSS and associated formatting instructions from the style block in the of your email into the body of the HTML. Thanks to unwieldy email clients, like Gmail, inlining styles in email is a necessity. While it’s entirely possible to hand code inlined CSS from the start, it’s time consuming and difficult to maintain. Luckily, there are some solutions. And, today, we’re thrilled to introduce the fastest and easiest solution—CSS Inlining in Builder.