Responsive Email Development Features

  • The Most Compatibility for Browsers, Email Clients, etc.

    We’ll code a responsive email that is appropriate for Apple, Android, Windows, Apple Mail, Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook, etc.

  • Mobile-Friendly

    Many people read their emails on mobile phones, which is why you need an email template that will be well read by mobile browsers.

  • Time/Cost Efficiency

    Responsive email will drastically cut down on the development time and cost, allowing to focus more of your marketing budget on other issues.

  • Easy-to-Manage

    The semantic code has a clean markup, allowing easy editing. The mobile/desktop emailers are in the same code!

  • Table-Based Markup

    <table><tr> and <td> tags are used to make it compatible with most clients.

  • Optimized Images

    The goal? Faster loading.

Optional Features

  • Template for Email Software

    Including: Mailchimp, Constant Contact, iContact.com, and more.

Why choose team xchop ?

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

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  • 1. What is the turnaround time for an e-mailer design?
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      Not more than 24 hours. For e-mailer and e-mailer templates for software like MailChimp and Constant Contact, the turnaround time tends to be shorter when compared to larger projects.

  • 2. Is there a height limit for email templates?
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      Yes there is. The height of the email design should not exceed 1200 pixels. Beyond that, you will be charged extra. Feel free to email us in order to learn more details about this process.

  • 3. What is the recommended width for email template design?
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      It is advisable to have designs for 600 pixels or less. Anything larger than that and your email template may not fit with ease 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 important to use tables in the emailer?
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      We avoid DIV tags because many email clients like Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, Outlook, etc do not prefer them. 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?

      Your emailer will be compatible with the following:

      • Yahoo Mail
      • Yahoo Mail classic
      • Gmail
      • Thunderbird
      • AOL Webmail
      • Opera M3
      • Apple Mail
      • Outlook (2003, 2007, 2010, 2013)

      This comprises a major portion of the email market.

  • 7. Can I incorporate stylish, non-web safe font in emailer designs?
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      That is not possible. Stylish fonts can be used in images; but these will not be editable. The problem lies in what the client may or may not accept, rather than the coding—if they do not accept non-web safe fonts, then it is not a good idea to use them in your email in anything except an image.

  • 8. Is it advisable to use gradient backgrounds in email designs?
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      No. It is preferable to use solid colors, as it keeps the text editable. For complete use of your template, you will need an editable text. Gradient texts are not editable because email clients will show no compatibility to CSS backgrounds. Gradients mostly contain image for texts which are non-editable.

  • 9. Is it possible to use form elements in my email designs?
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      It is not, because these may not function as form elements! Remind yourself from time to time that it all depends upon the client’s requirements and support system. It is safer to have a static background border color with editable text.

  • 10. Are email designs compatible with external CSS like any other HTML layout?
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      Mailers do not support external CSS. You may have to get all the styling coded in the email.

  • 11. Do you offer responsive emailers? If yes, then what is the turnaround?
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      Yes, we offer responsive emailers; these are compatible with both mobiles and desktops. Typically, the turnaround spans across two days. However, this may vary depending upon the complexity of the individual layout.

  • 12. What kinds of sources support these emailers?
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      Our emailers are compatible with all desktop browsers. We additionally offer Outlook, iOS, Android 4.1+ and Windows Phone and Blackberry compatibility. This covers a sizeable portion of email clients by means of which you may procure a wide audience.