Because I am not very proficient with HTML or coding, I have had a contractor customize a standard free newsletter template, that I've been using as my main newsletter template, the last few months. What I do each month is take the content of the new newsletter and enter it into a mailout manager application provided by my web hosting provider, and then send it to my approximately 8,000 subscribers.
What has happened over the last several months is that the look of the newsletter going into the mailout manager is not ALWAYS how it looks after being received by the subscribers. After approximately 5 weeks of effort with the Support Department of my ISP, it was determined that there are HTML errors in my template that manifest differently depending upon the e-mail application of my subscriber.
Bottom line, my ISP does not provide HTML troubleshooting and they guarantee that there are HTML problems in my template that are causing the problem. Since I am not very proficient in HTML or coding in general, after attempting to find the problem for several hours, I am ready to start heavily drinking.
I've attached the newsletter template (with complete content) as well as a screenshot of how one of the "deformed" newsletters was received by a subscriber. Can somebody please tell me what needs to be corrected or, at least tell me the magnitude of what needs to be done. Unfortunately, the contractor who originally did the newsletter template, is no longer available.
Thank you very much for your help.