Microsoft's browser buddy, Internet Explorer, made web developer's lives a misery, and so is its email pal, Outlook.
IE did get better, it must be said, but don't expect anything from Outlook.
We do a fair bit of email marketing work for ourselves and for clients. In this mobile world, we want emails to become more responsive so they will work even better on smartphones and tables.
Coding for emails is an area all to itself because email software has varying levels of support for HTML and CSS commands. For this reason, you need compromise in many ways; use tables to layout, chose a subset of commands etc.
But when it comes to responsive emails, Outlook is a whole new ballgame. So, for those interested, here are four steps that might perhaps stop you from going completely crazy.
Thank you so much, Microsoft.