I've been trying to close down gaps between images. I have added the style="display:block" to all images and it still showed this issue.
I'm having this problem only in gmail..
Found a fix for gmail..
All you have to do is to give inline style to <td>'s with images..
It overrides gmail's new class (font-size:80%;), which I believe causes the problem.
<td style="font-size:0"><img src="images/tcell_black4_04.gif" width="105" height="60"></td>
<td style="font-size:0"><img src="images/tcell_black4_05.gif" width="621" height="60"></td>
<td style="font-size:0"><img src="images/tcell_black4_06.gif" width="61" height="60"></td>
Technically you're right but we use SpamAssassin's tool internally for spam analysis and "font-size:0" didnt effect the total score..
But I'm sure there are many spam filters that will give extra score for "font-size:0"
I was getting some strange spacing issues in templates which have displayed fine in Gmail for months.
This 'font-size:0;' fix, applied to <td> elements containing images, has solved those issues. Many thanks!
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