I was hoping for some advice. I'm trying to put together a HTML email that can be printed and used as a ticket, so I'm trying to create a workable print version. I've just read an interesting blog posting elsewhere on the site, where someone suggests using the following tag: <style type="text/css" media="print">. This apparently enables the @media rule in most email clients. But I'm a little unsure where this tag should sit in an email? Do I use my normal <style> tags in the same way as I usually would?
Any advice would be hugely appreciated! Please see below the blog posting I mentioned....
You would put that into the head of your html email, just like you would with any other stylesheet block. Normally you would combine that with a separate style block with media="screen"
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