Designing emails is hard. In part one of a three-part series, we explored how webmail clients render emails, what you should focus on to make designing and coding for these web-based clients a bit easier, and why preprocessors are (usually!) the enemy. In part two, we’ll focus on desktop clients.
Due to the wide variety of desktop, webmail, and mobile clients—not to mention browsers, mobile apps, rendering engines, and other factors—emails don’t always appear the same in every client. So why do email clients render emails differently?
Over the last few years, many new browsers have been released, giving users more choices to access the internet and email. Chrome made big news in the Spring of last year, when some reports showed the popular new browser passing Internet Explorer for the first time. But what about browser usage for email? With many […]
It’s rarely practical to invest the time it takes to make your site compatible with every single browser on the market. So which browser support do you choose?