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By: banane

Thu, 09 Aug 2007 22:29:13 +0000

Right- blame all of those webmail companies that are degrading their HTML support. Wait, blame spammers that are embedding viruses in images!

By: Kelly Rusk

Thu, 09 Aug 2007 18:38:11 +0000

I almost can't believe this is still a topic of discussion in 2007. I mean I understand the advantages of text - especially for handheld devices and recipients who prefer text, but that's what the Multipart email is for - people receive text OR HTML based on their preferences. I mean would you send out an official company print document on a plain piece of paper or an official, well-designed letterhead? (at the very least!) Ok. Enough venting! : ) Kelly

By: Adventures in Email Marketing » Links |

Sat, 04 Aug 2007 20:42:09 +0000

[...] Light HTML Lots of folks talking about going to light HTML: - AWeber Blog, via Retail Email Text Vs. Lite, Lite vs. Heavy HTML. That’s a level of detail I wish the study I’d linked to last week had gotten into- “Text vs. HTML”. - BeRelevant writes about a text vs. HTML (which actually promotes more lite HTML), by Maria Hendricks. [...]