The Simplest Way to Use HTML and With Styling In G-Mail

Limitations

First and foremost, there are a lot of limitations. For example, if you are used to writing CSS on external stylesheets, that won’t work here. In fact, you can do embedded <style> tags to do CSS in there, which works, but can’t be trusted. G-Mail and other big name web mail clients strip out embedded CSS, and only allow certain CSS characteristics in general.

Integrate HTML Into E-Mail

There is a site called Litmus which tests your e-mail across a bunch of different e-mail clients to see how universal it is. I however. mostly just want to demonstrate this concept via G-Mail.

Conclusion

If you are curious about the HTML behind this e-mail, I have linked to the GitHub repo here.

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