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Are you using block CSS in Emails? Non-inline styling.

Question asked by 6779 on Apr 3, 2013
Latest reply on Jul 28, 2016 by Casey Noland
I consider it best practice to ensure emails display as you intend them to put CSS inline. The way Marketo formats text if you change the color or whatever.

Where as a web page would have a separate file just for the style information, but you could also write it into the top of the page. You certainly can do this now, and some email browsers will chose to ignore it and others will do exactly what you intended.

So who's doing this? Block CSS in the header of your email. Who's using media queries? Are any clients supporting @font-face yet? What are you finding? Do you get complaints from people if they get a strange error? Tell me your results.