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Gregory Ledger
Gregory Ledger
6,116 Points

Just a warning for anyone learning responsive emails.

Android devices use the Gmail app for rendering emails and its market share is around 40%.

Android for Gmail app strips out media queries. No stacking, no resizing to different widths on table cells, no nothing. So until the folks at Gmail decide to support media queries, the only way to make sure emails will render correctly across device is to use a single column layout.

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Cindy Lea
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Cindy Lea
Courses Plus Student 6,485 Points

Thank you for the heads up.In our responsive web design classes they did warn us that certain parts of responsive design are not yet fully implemented across all the browsers, but they were showing us how to do it so we were ready when this technology was ready to fully implement. They aslso showed us how to add coding to accomodate these "what if" scenarios. so its always good to add a backup plan.