simontheak — 2008-02-25T06:23:50-05:00 — #1
Can someone just give me a quick overview of how I'd translate a simple HTML layout into an Outlook email?
I'm fine embedding images and the like, but I can't seem to place a simple tabled layout into an email.
Any help would be much appreciated.
fredda — 2008-02-25T06:39:23-05:00 — #2
To insert html code in oulook you can either open the .html file in Internet Explorer and choose File > Send > Page By Email.. or open up a new message in Outlook > Attach, browse to your .html file and select it > where it says "Open" you'll have the option to insert as text, do that and it will insert the code for you.
freakystyley — 2009-06-23T11:22:30-04:00 — #3
sorry for digging this one up. but I have a similar question.
Ok, is there a way to have a "forward" text link in an email, so when a user clicks on it to forward the message, they load an external html page (on a domain) into the email. I'm trying to avoid outlook raping my div/css code (I know that the archaic tables format is accepted in outlook (using the word engine)....but man I hate that flimsy style of coding)...viva web2!
thanks for any help