I have a script sending out an email to some users, and I was going to try to use CSS to format it, until I found out it's nearly impossible. So I have 2 questions.
1. Is it possible to use CSS in email, and ensure everyone can read it? (This would be the best option)
2. If option #1 is not possible, i need a resource or some info somewhere to show me how to do some af the things that CSS can do, only in plane jane HTML. For instance, a bit of CSS might say:
font: 70%/1.5 Verdana, Tahoma, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
But I can't quite get the same effect using plane HTML. I mean the font is easy enough, but I can't figure out how to get the font size the same. I guess I'm just really amature at HTML. Also changing the hover color on a text link. And changing the character spacing, so I can make the lettering a little closer.
Ok that's enough. I think you get the point. To be honest, I'm trying to "copy" a CSS template in an email I'm sending, but haven't been successful in using CSS in email.
Any suggestions would be helpful.