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    Default Common Email Styling [Support Thread]

    This plugin modifies the way that HTML emails are processed by your store:
    1. Consolidated CSS file that applies to all email templates
    2. HTML email logo information specified once (well, twice since there's a store-side and an admin-side file). No more editing thirteen separate templates to get a new logo file included!
    3. Enabled for responsive email views


    https://www.zen-cart.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=2028

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    Default Re: Common Email Styling [Support Thread]

    Thanks, this makes me a happy camper.

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    Default Re: Common Email Styling [Support Thread]

    Happy campers are good! Here's the download link, which will be active once the plugin has been reviewed: https://www.zen-cart.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=2028

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    Default Re: Common Email Styling [Support Thread]

    I think I am gonna stop working on my projects and just send you my wishlist
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    Default Re: Common Email Styling [Support Thread]

    I downloaded it from your website and took a look, very nice.
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    Default Re: Common Email Styling [Support Thread]

    Which email clients (and versions) has this been tested with ... both PC/device-based and browser-based?

    The reason the CSS was put into each individual template was to deal with serious incompatibilities across clients.
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    Default Re: Common Email Styling [Support Thread]

    Quote Originally Posted by lat9 View Post
    No more editing thirteen separate templates to get a new logo file included!
    One never needed to edit any templates for the logo file. Just name the logo file to suit what's already in the templates.

    Just sayin.


    Granted, if you had a legitimate reason to change the file "extension" that would have posed a small complication.
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    Default Re: Common Email Styling [Support Thread]

    Dr. Byte. I looked at the module already and the css gets inlined in the header when sent.
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    Default Re: Common Email Styling [Support Thread]

    Quote Originally Posted by DrByte View Post
    Which email clients (and versions) has this been tested with ... both PC/device-based and browser-based?

    The reason the CSS was put into each individual template was to deal with serious incompatibilities across clients.
    Like barco57 indicated, the CSS-file's contents are "in-lined" in the emails' HTML. The primary difference here is that each email contains all the styling rules.

    Quote Originally Posted by DrByte View Post
    One never needed to edit any templates for the logo file. Just name the logo file to suit what's already in the templates.

    Just sayin.


    Granted, if you had a legitimate reason to change the file "extension" that would have posed a small complication.
    Since I was mucking with the template-files anyway, I figured that this was a good time to also make the email header-image customizable as well to give store-owners a choice in the image file-type -- while recognizing, hopefully, that .png images might not be displayable on all email engines.

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    Default Re: Common Email Styling [Support Thread]

    Quote Originally Posted by lat9 View Post
    Like barco57 indicated, the CSS-file's contents are "in-lined" in the emails' HTML. The primary difference here is that each email contains all the styling rules.
    Fair. I've been contemplating merging/inlining all the styles one day, so I'm glad to see it tackled.
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