On 3/3/06, Donald Pasewark <don at pasewark.com> wrote: > > I've recently been tasked at work to create a weekly HTML Email to > our sales force. I've got the templates done and initial testing > (through Outlook) shows that the CSS styles are not been transferred. > > When all is said and done, I'm not really clear on how HTML Email and > HTML are different. I was wondering if anyone can point me in the > right direction on a good tutorial or reference on how to create HTML > Email and what formatting limitations there may be. When i've made HTML emails I have generally stuck to HTML 3.0 and avoided the use of CSS. Dare i say it - even using simple tables for layout. Apparently support for CSS is improving in email clients, but its a lot of work to take on for what is generally a little return financially. This link will help you if you wish to carry on with the CSS route: http://www.campaignmonitor.com/blog/archives/2005/08/optimizing_css_1.html hth ben.