Solved, Mark. In the and it was the cell with the spaces . I change that cell:
<td width="50" align="left" class="devicewidth" style="font-size:25px;font-family:Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;color:#DB1E48;padding:0;margin:0;"> </td>
for this one:
<td width="50" height="40" align="left" class="devicewidth" style="font-size:0;letter-spacing:0;line-height:0;padding:0;margin:0;"> <img width="50" height="1" alt="" border="0" src="http://u.ems7.net/img/2082/ricoh/forzar.jpg"/> <!--white img--> </td>
And now it's working perfectly :D
Hi Mark. Thanks for the answer, this snippet does not seem to work on the Yahoo preview. Anyway, I tested it outside Litmus sending the email to a yahoo email. Yahoo mail in Chrome (Mac) shows that spacing, and the inspector tells it is a padding on the cell of the price. That's why I tried adding "padding:0" to the cells. But nothing new... I keep trying. If I get to a solution al share it here. Meanwhile any suggestions will be appreciated :)
Hi Jason, do you know when it was published? I'm trying to find what period of time is it based on but I haven't been able :S Or do they update the data there? Thanks!
To provide the client some general data before we can test their own mailing list, I've been using this benchmark for the last year: http://www.silverpop.com/Documents/Whitepapers/2013/WP_EmailMarketingMetricsBenchmarkStudy2013.pdf
But I'm also looking for new studies and benchmarks that can help with this. It would be great if we could put together all those useful sources!!
I prefer Fireworks for designing as it combines all the tools I could use from Photoshop and Illustrator, but it's more simple than any of them. Also, it works great for slicing and optimizing images for email. When I have to do more image work (photographic retouching) I go with Photoshop.
Code: Sublime Text/Dreamweaver
I love Sublime Text but I end up opening Dream Weaver for complex emails. I don't like much wysiwyg editors, but I use this WYSIWIG tool to quickly locate the piece of code I need to edit.