- Right click on desktop
- Choose 'Display Settings'
- Scroll down about halfway on that settings creen to 'Scale and layout'
- Check to see if the dropdown says '100% (Recommended)' or something else. At the minimum, just see if it's different than yours.
That makes sense because the <li> element has default padding on it. What you can do is either add a margin value OR try adding the <br /> after your text so it's a line break within your text.
Using your example, it would look like this:
<li style="color: #49DBC3; font-size: 22px;"><span style=" font-size: 14px; color: #555555;">Expanded our estate planning team who specializes in setting up or reviewing wills, trusts and estate plans<br /></span></li>
Notice the <br /> before your closing span tag.
A former colleague introduced me to Explosions in the Sky and This Will Destroy you. They were a constant for a while, but it's been a minute since I've listened to them. Partially because I was having major Spotify install issues on my previous laptop. My Ambient playlist in Spotify: Tycho (Daydream is my calm me down song), Do Make Say Think, This Will Destroy You, Explosions in the Sky, Ryan Farish, Sigur Ros, sleepmakeswaves)
Ahh thanks for the reminder on this. It'll help carry me through this afternoon!
I read this as 'What's your position' and was all prepared to give a description of my non-descriptive position of doing pretty much whatever needs to be done.
However....my drink/snack position is pretty similar in that I'll eat/drink pretty much whatever is around.
I start my day at the office with a cup of coffee, not because I need it but because I genuinely like the taste. I keep a bunch of sparkling water cans in the fridge to drink throughout the rest of the day.
Then snacking is open game. Whatever is in the office. Our office is across the street from a grocery store and several people who like to bake (myself included) so we frequently have FFA (free for all) snacks. However, usually when I have sweet snacks I have to balance it out with something salty or a cup of coffee. Too much sugar makes me jittery at my desk and then I get nothing accomplished. I'm a grazer so I almost always have something within arm's reach.
You could add: style="font-size:15px; line-height:15px; mso-line-height-rule:exactly;" to the table cell style. The space gets styled like any other character. So by the code I pasted in it will control the height of the type (and thus the space) and ensure it's exactly 15 pixels.
The first thing I would check is the 'Scale and Layout' settings on her computer.
Most issues I've had stem from that setting being at 125% where it kind of ends up zooming.
Litmus has a great blog post about several 'bulletproof button' methods, one of which is VML. Personally I use #4 on that list, but check it out to figure out which one works best for you and your workflow:
attaching images to the posts:
However, to your question, I'm not familiar specifically with Real Magnet but as a very general question -- is there data for the gmail test email in that second message?