PSD to Email Development Features

  • Broad Compatibility

    Aol webmail, Hotmail, Gmail, Applemail, Outlook—we’re compatible with just about everything.

  • Table-Based Markup

    Our use of the appropriate tags ensures maximum compatibility with emailer clients, allowing you to utilize every lead.

  • Easy to Understand and Manage

    Our semantic coding is simple and easy to work with.

  • Optimized Images

    This allows for faster loading.

Optional Features

  • Templates for Email Software

    Mailchimp, Contant Contact, iContact.com, Campaign Monitor

Why choose team xchop ?

  • Non-Disclosure Agreement
  • Highest Quality Markup
  • Latest Browser Compatibility
  • 365 Days Free Support

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Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve put together a comprehensive F.A.Q. on the topic of Email Web Design. We hope this will help you decide whether this is a valid solution for you. For any other questions not covered here, feel free to send us an email at [email protected] OR contact us.

  • 1. What’s the turnaround time for an e-mailer design?
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      Just 24 hours. The turnaround for e-mailer and e-mailer templates for software like MailChimp and Constant Contact tends to be shorter than the larger projects.

  • 2. Is there a height limit for email templates?
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      Yes. We’re looking for the height of the email design not to exceed 1200 pixels. After that, we would need to charge you more. Feel free to email us in order to learn more details about this process.

  • 3. What recommended width do you have for email template design?
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      We recommend that designs should be 600 pixels or less. Any larger than that and you’ll have trouble getting your email template to fit in the emails of most email clients.

  • 4. What tags are used in the email designs? Do you use tables or divs?
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      All layouts are constructed in <Table> based code. We avoid <div> tag use.

  • 5. Why is it necessary to use tables in the emailer?
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      We avoid using DIV tags because they’re not fetched by many email clients like Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, Outlook, etc. As you can imagine, that takes away a significant portion of your market, which is why we use table tags instead: we want you to reach the maximum amount of people with your emailer templates.

  • 6. In which email clients will my emailer design be compatible?
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      Perhaps the better question is, which won’t be compatible?

      After all, in working with us, your emailer will be compatible with the following:

      • Yahoo Mail
      • Yahoo Mail classic
      • Gmail
      • Thunderbird
      • AOL Webmail
      • Opera M3
      • Apple Mail
      • Outlook (2003+)
      • Hotmail
      • Rediffmail
      • Opera m2
      • Windows Live Mail
      • iOS 8+ (iPhone, iPad)
      • Android 5+
      • Gmail apps for iOS

      This comprises a major portion of the email market.

  • 7. Do the emailer designs support a stylish, non-web safe font?
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      No, we cannot use it. We can use stylish fonts in images, but these won’t be editable. The problem isn’t with the coding, but rather with what email clients will accept—if they don’t accept non-web safe fonts, then it’s not a good idea to use them in your email in anything except an image.

  • 8. Can I use gradient backgrounds in my email designs?
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      No. We recommend using solid colors, which helps keep the text itself editable. The text over the gradient is not editable because email clients will not properly support CSS backgrounds. The text within the image of a gradient would have to be an image, which is non-editable. If you want to get full use out of your template, you need editable text.

  • 9. Can I use form elements in my email designs?
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      No—because they won’t function as form elements! Remember: it’s all about what the email clients will and will not support. So it’s better to simply have a static background border color with editable text.

  • 10. Do email designs support external CSS like any other HTML layout?
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      Mailers will not contain any external CSS, as they’re not supported. So all of the styling will need to be coded in the actual email itself.

  • 11. Do you offer responsive emailers? What’s the turnaround?
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      Yes, we offer responsive emailers, which are compatible in both mobile and desktop usage. The turnaround minimum is two days, but this timeframe will vary depending on the complexity of your individual layout.

  • 12. What kind of compatibility do you offer for your emailers?
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      We offer compatibility to all desktop browsers. We also offer Outlook, iOS, Android 4.1+ and Windows Phone and Blackberry compatibility. This handles a good portion of email clients and allows you to reach a maximum audience.