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HELP - HTML EMAIL not displaying correctly!!!

Posted on 2011-02-23
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Hi there

I have created an html email which can be found here: www.disco-magic.co.uk/sgsemail.html, but on the right hand side the border for the table is not flush with the image!!!

Why??? please help guys..

BTW it was created in dreamweaver...

thanks
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by:Steve Bink
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It look fine in IE8 and FF3.6.  Can you post a screenshot of what you are seeing, and what browser is showing the issue?
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by:Jason C. Levine
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I concur.  Looks fine in all of my tests.
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Looks good in Chrome as well.
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All OK and looks good.  I've tested in Firefox (3.6.13), IE7, IE8, Safari (5.0.3) and Chrome (10.0.648.114)
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by:heijmer
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hi guys -

screennshot of my outlook attached...???
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ok now i understand what you are trying to do (i have copied and pasted your site into an email for outlook 2007).  Email clients such as outlook do NOT conform to HTML/CSS standards.  They pick bits from here and there and you are left guessing how it will look at the recipients end.

I would use someone like CampaignMonitor for your marketing needs or at least read through the guides they have availabled such as this one for using CSS in HTML emails:

http://www.campaignmonitor.com/css/ 
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Thanks
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