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Use tables when creating your newsletters in the EmailBrain Editor

We recommend that you always use tables in your newsletters because programs such as  Outlook , Apple Mail, Gmail , Hotmail , Yahoo , etc ... will optimally get the <table> , as these labels are the correct ones to create newsletters and <Div> labels that are the ones used for creating web pages .

If you are creating tables in HTML make sure you define the width of each cell and the overall width of the table

A basic example of a structure with tables could be:

<table> <tr> <td> Header < / td > < / tr > <tr> <td> containing text ( which can be another table ) < / td > < / tr > <tr> <td> Close < / td > < / tr > < / table>

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Place a Background Image in Your Newsletter

Sometimes we would like to use background images to give that extra touch to our newsletters. But while testing only looks good on some email providers,o n the rest we see distorted code or it just does not look good.
To solve this problem in your HTML code you must add on the label or <table> <td> that was used for the background, you should add "background", which will add the background image and also to prevent the code from damaging , you should use the cSS property "background" within the attribute style that will be put inside <td>, <table> applies even to put it in the general fund of the file, in the body tag.
For Example
<td style=”background:url(http://www.dominio.com/fondo.jpg) top center repeat #f9fdfa;” background=” http://www.dominio.com/fondo.jpg” bgcolor=”#f9fdfa” valign=”top” width=”105“>
Sometimes we would like to use background images to give that extra touch to our newsletters. But while testing only looks good on some email providers, on the rest we see a distorted code or it just does not look good.

To solve this problem in your HTML code you must add on the label <table> or <td> that was used for the background, you should add "background", which will add the background image and also to prevent the code from damaging , you should use the CSS property "background" within the attribute style that will be put inside <td>, <table> applies even to put it in the general fund of the file, in the body tag.

For Example

<td style=”background:url(http://www.domain.com/background.jpg) top center repeat #f9fdfa;” background=” http://www.domain.com/background.jpg” bgcolor=”#f9fdfa” valign=”top” width=”105“>

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