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The Automatic CSS Inliner Tool A MailChimp Labs Project If you've ever sent an email campaign, you know that if your CSS isn't coded inline, it's likely to get stripped out by email clients, which can make your email design pretty funny looking.
Companies are continuously sending newsletter to their customers about their latest products or any other news which they want to share with their customers. Newsletters designs can be much like website designs. After all, they exist to serve similar purposes.
Designing an HTML email that renders consistently across the major email clients can be very time consuming.
Did I say CSS support was poor in mail clients?
Update This study has since been superseded. View the latest edition It's been just over 12 months since I posted our original Guide to CSS Support in Email and quite a bit has changed since.
Summary: Learn about support for the HTML and Cascading Style Sheets specification provided by Word 2007 and Outlook 2007. Word 2007 HTML and CSS Rendering Capabilities in Outlook 2007 (Part 2 of 2) provides instructions to install and use the Outlook 2007 Tool: HTML and CSS Validator. (24 printed pages) Zeyad Rajabi, Microsoft Corporation