Why not send email newsletter as an image /graphic??
Send newsletter as image?
To circumvent any and all problems with email newsletters rendering on multiple clients/ platforms why not send the whole thing as a graphic?
That way the recipient would get a screen shot of the newsletter. The graphic would be linked to the online version of the newsletter. Any “link” on the graphic would be linked to the online newsletter by virtue of the fact that the whole graphic is linked to the online version.
The recipient would see the line below and directly underneath that the email as an image. If images are blocked or the recipients mail is set to text only then they will just see the link:
Click to read the September newsletter: http://yyyzzz.com/newsletters/news-2...ember_2012.htm
So, just do the newsletter in the usual way for example in a web editor, render it in the browser, do a screen shot, paste to graphics program, trim and save as an image.
Put the HTML version on the web and put the image in the email just below the line above.
Letter is too long for one screen shot.
Solution: Make 2 or three screen shots (images), all linked to the online version. The images should but up against each other (no spaces) and all appear as one newsletter.
One graphic will take too long to render.
Solution: Same as 1
What about text only people and those with images blocked.
Solution: They will see the link to click for the online version which is what they would see anyway with html newsletters that provide a link at the top