Since most email clients do not support CSS, we want to avoid using any CSS in both our email newsletter and email signature. However, Dreamweaver will automatically genereate CSS whenever we use any styling. Is it possible to setup the page properties not to use any CSS and fall back to the outdated html styling for maximum compatibility?
<span style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: Arial"> signature </span>
Since most email clients do not support CSS,
Most do support css. Not all of it so you have to know what works and what doesnt when creating html emails. It's a specailist area using tables and css that works.
HTML E-Mails & Newsletters -- What you need to know
osgood, you're right! Need to use tables for email layout which is discouraged for standard website these days.
Thanks Nancy! Your links are very helpful.
any tips or best practices for email signature? Do you think it's an good idea to have company logo in email signature?
Do you think it's a good idea to have company logo in email signature?
I know people who do add logos to their sigs but I don't care to receive them. It just adds more unwanted junk to my inbox.
I, like so many people these days, use web based email exclusively. So I never see sigs or logo attachments unless I go the extra mile & click on them -- which I never do.