Responsive HTML Email

Pre-Requisites: Basic HTML and CSS knowledge helpful.

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Key Features

  • Online live classroom available
  • Quality learning materials
  • Small Class Sizes
  • State of the Art Facility
  • Free Retakes
  • Instructor Led Classroom training
  • Certified Industry Experienced Teachers
  • 100% Job Placement assistance
  • Fixing Gaps Below Images
  • Introduction to Media Queries
  • Writing Styles for Desktop and Mobile Versions
  • Optimizing Images for Mobile
  • Dealing with Hi-Res/Retina Images
  • Swapping the Banner on Mobile
  • Optimizing the Mobile Layout
  • Adding a Preheader to Entice Mobile Users
  • Coding Responsive Columns that Work on Gmail
  • Inlining the Styles with MailChimp’s Inliner
  • HTML5 & CSS3
  • JavaScript Front-End
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Flexbox, Grid & Bootstrap
  • Git (used to set up tracking) & Coding Tips
  • Responsive HTML Email

This certificate course is for anyone who wants to design and code websites/emails, as well as develop a website portfolio of their work. It’s a good fit for:

  • Those who want to start a career as a web designer/developer or do client/freelance work.
  • Art directors, marketing professionals, or anyone who wants to know how design and code work together to make websites and emails.
  • Aspiring front-end web developers who want to design as well as code.
  • Aspiring web designers who want to enhance their skills and develop a portfolio website.

In marketing today, responsive emails are shifting from optional to necessary. Responsive emails have become an expectation. … With so many people opening emails from mobile devices, it’s imperative that your newsletters be mobile-friendly, meaning you should be using responsive emails.

Learn best practices for executing a responsive email design that will ensure an excellent user experience for desktop, webmail, and mobile users. We’ll show you how easy it is to set up a single-column email with a fluid layout that will work across devices and email clients. We’ll also show you how to create a more complex newsletter that, with the help of media queries, will go from a 2-column layout to a single column on most mobile devices.

Section 1

  • Simple Responsive Layout
  • 2 Column Layout: Media Queries
  • Mobile-Friendly Column Layout

Section 2

  • Optimizing Images for Mobile
  • Responsive Footer
  • Optimizing the Mobile Layout
  • Best Practices: Preflight

Is there mandatory work outside of the classroom?

Students are encouraged to practice the skills learned in class and develop a portfolio of work.

Does this course require any prior knowledge or experience?

Students must be comfortable using a computer. No other prior knowledge is required.

Course Number : HTML-3-0105

Duration : 10 hours

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