The internet has been littered with articles with why performance matters. There are tools, tricks, and frameworks all devoted to creating a faster web. At the same time, the weight of websites is growing, the average size just passed 2mb. The internet is facing a conundrum: how can we make our sites faster while the sites we are building are getting larger?
Whether you’re using emails for newsletters, promotional content, or event invitations, you need to be able to reach your subscribers on whatever devices, operating systems, or email clients they are using. In this session, we’ll look at some of the challenges of sending responsive HTML emails (e.g., lack of client support for a variety of CSS rules) and how you can apply what you already know about HTML and CSS to overcome them. We’ll also talk about techniques (such as CSS injection) that can make coding your emails much easier.
- Why are you printing that piece of content there?
- Why am I seeing a negative integer instead of a string from this function?
- What could a PDOException in my Watchdog log possibly mean?