Support » [Plugin: Subscribe2] CSS from theme not not rendering inline into email First - love the plugin. In the specs you say its possible to load the theme CSS into the HTML emails. Reading over some previous forum threads - it sounds like I just need to wrap particular parts of the email (title, post, etc.) with the correct divs (specifying the id and or classes) - and it sounds like the plugin will then pull the css for those classes/ids and write inline css into the email (i'm assuming also for the child elements that are included inside the post, such as p tags, images, etc. the plugin will write inline css for those objects) Problem is if I specify div classes or ids, no styling is applied to the email (its acting as if your plugin is NOT writing inline css for those divs).
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Support » Include Custom Fields in Post E-mails Hi, I am setting up a WordPress site to be used as an outage bulletin site for my company. We are looking to purchase the HTML version to have nicer e-mails sent out, but are working on a proof-of-concept using text. I am using the Advanced Custom Fields plugin to make creating posts easier, as all of our posts follow a standard format.
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