Best Practice for Hiding and Showing Interactive Content/Fallbacks
I was wondering if anyone had a realible set of styles they use for hiding/showing their interactive content/fallbacks.
I've generally avoided doing many things that require me to swap out content between browsers (outside of MSO fallbacks) so I'm looking for a good set of styles to hide my interactive content where it wont work and display an image prompting the viewer to open it in a web page.So far I haven't found anything recentso I wanted to see what the general consensus on what the most reliable way to do it right now is.
My general set up I think is going to be this (unless there's a better way to do it):
<tr> <td class="interactive"> **interactive content** </td> </tr> <tr> <td class="fallback"> <a href="Web-Page-Version-of-Email.html"> <img src="fallback Image> </a> </td> </tr>