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AzzidReign 12-14-2008 05:04 PM

Importing inline css from style
Does it not transfer over the url(images)? Or am I doing something wrong?

And if it's not suppose to...can I add it myself or will that not work?

My style is kind of...complex ( What do you suggest I do to get a good layout for the newsletter?

Morgan 12-16-2008 02:37 AM

The url(image) bits are stripped because of the potential problems with images described here but you can add them back in if you want by going to the ACP -> GAZ -> Inline Style Info -> select your style in the 'Style' drop down menu -> leave the 'Load values from CSS for style' empty/dashed -> click submit, edit the CSS that appears in the 'Extended inline style info' area, and save.

MotMann 02-21-2009 03:10 PM

I do that, but since i have my Style updates, there are no CSS Settings taken.

What hell i do?

Morgan 02-23-2009 03:15 PM

GAZ handles the following inline CSS bits:
  • body
  • page
  • tborder
  • tcat
  • thead
  • thead_link
  • tfoot
  • alt1
  • alt2
  • smallfont
  • navbar
  • vbmenu_control
  • vbmenu_control_link
If you have additional CSS you want to add, then you would need to edit the GAZ templates and add inline CSS style attributes to the HTML tags in the GAZ templates.

MotMann 02-23-2009 04:02 PM

I use the inline CSS bits. But in the Mails they are not to see.

Morgan 02-23-2009 04:45 PM

What inline CSS are you using? Do you see the inline CSS when you view the HTML source of the email? It could be that the email reader is overriding your inline CSS. Please see this page for further explanation as to CSS and email readers.

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