HTML Email Help

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  1. wromero

    wromero New Member

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    I have a few questions regarding HTML emails.

    I heard that its a good idea to have them a certain width, that way most people can view them. What are some other facts about sending HTML?

    Does having too many pictures mess with the ability to inbox?
    Should each email be a certain file size?

    I am looking to get some feedback. Thanks!
     
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    You can start by keeping the height at around 500px to avoid vertical scrolling.

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    afc_pmc New Member

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    600 width is usually a good size, and put a center tag before it. File size shouldn't be a factor if the images are linked out with img tags, i.e. http://

    Pics have good and bad qualities, I would just start with 1 or 2 and test against emails without, to test your own way of hosting them. If you do it wrong they will seriously hurt delivery, if you do it right it can slightly help.
     
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    it can be easier to just send text. play with it. If your serious about emailing your full time job will pretty much be tinkering with A-B comparison tests. There are a thousand ways to skin this cat. But who skins cats anymore and did they really used to skin cats? wtf?
     
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