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How to create responsive mail templates with inline css ?

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7 months 3 weeks ago #46928 by Thomas
Hi,

i want to create a responsive email template (e.g. email_guest_newbooking). These templates are stored in th customtext table.

When you use responsive emails you have to store the css stuff within the email. So i added a style tag with all the css inside.
When saving the text, that tag was removed - i think because of html purifier.

I think html purifier will remove all the style tag from the input field.. I try to add the style tag as allow tag in the jomres configuration page, buth without success.

Do you have a solution to generate that ind of mail ?

Thanks
Thomas
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7 months 3 weeks ago #46929 by Rodrigo Rocco
Hi, there is an already made plugin for Jomres responsive emails, have a look into www.jomres-plugins.com/jomres-plugin/jpd...ils-enhancer#plugins

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7 months 3 weeks ago #46930 by Thomas
Hi Rocco,

thank you for pointing me to the plugin. Good to know that there is a solution. But for my case I'll cheat around :-)

thanks
Thomas
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7 months 3 weeks ago #46931 by Rodrigo Rocco
np, have fun Thomas.

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