I can do this fast based on what I see however...
You can't use special fonts embedded with e-mail . Anything special fonts (large) may have to cut into an image for the following reasons:
Recipients of your messages must also have the same font installed on his or her computer so that they see the message the same way it appears on your computer. If the font that you use isn't installed on the recipient's computer, then the recipient's mail program substitutes an available font.
So typically we default all the fonts to something standard such as:
Arial, Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif
And we try and include the fancy fonts inside the larger headers. These are kind of the LAWS of e-mail templating.
Also you cannot do background images in e-mail... Many clients don't support this popular ones such as Outlook. It' not recommended. I use a slicing / stacking method that normally works. Also with your template we will have to try and find a healthy text / image ratio as this can get flagged as spam if you're not careful.
And I have a lot of experience with variable fields).. I'm typically working on automated subscriptions.
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Let me know if it doesn't work with that guy sorry I was late on your e-mail.
I'm very good at this and I'm sorry I missed your project.
My email is isaac@[url removed, login to view] I'm just getting used to this site and doing business this way.
Anyways if you want to provide me with the final copies so I can double check them free of charge for you to insure you&acirc;€™re getting decent quality I can provide you with a test-run link such as on I did for a lady today:
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