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We've put together this set of super awesome email templates so that you can make your email campaigns responsive!
Yep. With more and more people pulling out their phones to check their email, we knew there had to be an easier way to ensure campaigns looked good on any device. That's why we recently made all our email campaigns responsive. Which had a lot of folks asking if we could do the same for them. And so we did.
Creating these templates weren't without their challenges. We delve deep on our blog on how we overcame them.
Take a gander at the various templates available to make your emails responsive.
This template is perfect for sending a basic but nice looking email to your readers.Download
Want to include a snazzy hero image in your email? This template is for you!Download
Want a sidebar and a hero image? Let's go crazy! This template combines the Sidebar and Hero templates.Download
This template is perfect for a point-by-point newsletter. For good measure, we've thrown in a hero image, too.Download
We'll take you through the basic steps to using these email templates.
All CSS needs to be inline for HTML emails. For ease of editing, we've kept the CSS separate. When you're ready to send your email, you'll want to use a CSS inliner tool, such as MailChimp's or Premailer, among others. Many email campaign tools such as Campaign Monitor will do this for you automatically.
You can't just paste the HTML code into an email. You'll need to use an email campaign tool such as Campaign Monitor or MailChimp. These tools will format the email with the HTML code you provide, and they'll also move the CSS inline automatically, ensuring that it will render in the majority of email clients.
Here's a breakdown of the email clients that we've optimized the templates for.
|Gmail (Mobile)||If the same email is sent repeatedly Gmail will clip it, causing the layout to appear slightly wonky.|
|Yahoo Mail (Desktop)|
|Yahoo Mail (Mobile)|
|Outlook 2007, 2010, 2013|
|Outlook 2011 for Mac|
|Hotmail (Desktop)||Headers are green sometimes.|
|Hotmail (Mobile)||Body is 15px too wide to the right - might be a padding issue.|
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