Forgive me for an absolutely stupid question. But I had been using a email marketing system that starts with a "R"and end with an "S" and is a Juggernaut in the industry. But as times are tough I am no longer with the company that was using this system.
But here is my question how can Campaign Monitor have such a rich CSS support for their emails.
I know some attributes of CSS are supported in email clients but I never knew it was this persuasive. Or am I just missing the boat on something that Campaign Monitor is doing that others aren't?
I am not complaining at all I just didn't think it was all that possible. . . .
Nothing we do or any other email sender does can actually change the level of support for CSS in the email clients. However, what we *can* do is find out exactly what that level is, and publish it.
Once you know what works, you can design HTML and CSS that will render reasonably well. See our templates for example http://www.campaignmonitor.com/templates
I guess I have been living in hole of complacency, thanks for the enlightenment. I also thought external style sheets were a total no no for email, but I am guessing that if your referencing the CSS on the same email server that your sending it from all is carried forward. . . .
(It is almost like watching color television for the first time. . . . he he he :-)
It's true that external stylesheets are a no-no for some clients, like Gmail, Outlook 2007 and Lotus Notes. That's why Campaign Monitor gives you the option to automagically move a copy of your styles inline when you import a campaign.