HEML is an open source markup language for building responsive email. It gives you the native power of HTML without having to deal with all of the email quirks. HEML makes building emails as easy as building websites
- Otto on WordPress (February 28, 2012): Internationalization: You’re probably doing it wrong
- Email on Acid (March 6, 2017): The Basics of Email Design
- Remove unused styles from CSS
- Smashing Magazine: A Beginner’s gujide to Creating a WordPress Website
- Really Good Emails: Resources
- A List Apart -Jason Rodriguex (May 13, 2014) – Can Email Be Responsive?
- freeCodeCamp = Remi Parmentier (February 11, 2016) – The Fab Four technique to create Responsive Emails without Media Queries
- textlint – The pluggable linting tool for text and markdown
- tuts+: Building Quality Into WordPress Projects: A Practical Example
- literally words – Graphing when your Facebook friends are awake
- Matt Cromwell – Cleaning Out Your Naked Shortcodes
Campaign Monitor provides and online in-liner for converting style sheets to inline css. But see also:
- Responsive Email Patterns
- Mailchimp css reset styles
- Email on Acid’s Boilerplate for HTML Emails
- Foundations: Email Coding 101
- Jason Rodriguez’s Modern HTML Email Print and ebook editions. Sample available with your email address.
- The Ultimate Guide to CSS – CSS support for every popular mobile, web and desktop email client on the planet
Dealing with Outlook
- Coding Responsive Emails That Work
- Outlook: Your Best Worst Enemy for Responsive Emails – pub 10/14/13
- Responsive Email Templates in Outlook: Tips and Pitfalls
Interesting hack from campaign monitor: How to set the order of stacked columns in a responsive email design, using a column table and the the dir attribute.