i've got a situation where I'm trying to get a responive email build to work for mobile & desktop, but of course eg some mobile clients don't support embedded styles & media queries
so I have a style on a 2 column table layout where the tables are
<table class="col2" width="48%">
in order to stack on android i set to
in my <style> tag. (then in media queries i set the width for whatever clients support media queries)
the problem is when i run the inliner this css 100% then overrides the 48% on the table html. ie
<table width="48%" style="width:100%">
I do need to inline some code, just not this particular class.
I'm wondering if there's any directive or trick that can be used to prevent the inliner processing certain styles. Also I can't leave it out and then add it to the the inlined code in Campaign Monitor later, as when i go to edit my code, it shows me the pre-inlined code.
I could use a separate inliner tool, I was just wondering if there was a way to do it through CM.
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