- If you notice strange spacing in Outlook with images, and you use a spacer pixel, make sure the spacer pixel is 10x10 and transparent. Outlook will only space a 1pixel image 64 pixels over.
- If images are being resized to their original size in Outlook, you'll need to save the image with less than 96 dpi resolution or save the image file itself with the dimensions you would like to see in your email message.
- If "Sliced" pictures are showing incorrectly in gmail or other free email clients (with excess padding) use style="font-size: 0;" in your table or <center>
- Also, make sure to use <img src="#" style="display:block;"> in your images if you continue to have that problem with gmail or other free email clients
- Also, Outlook 2013 requires that you add a line-height to the table cell containing the image if the height of the image is small. For example, <td style="display block; line-height:10px;"><img ... style="display:block; height:10px;"></td>
- To remove the "dark blue" border that you see surrounding a hyperlinked image, set the image border="0" to hide it
- If background colors are not appearing properly in some email clients, check to make sure that there are no extra spaces in a bgcolor="#000000" tag or use the syntax: style="background:#000000;"
- If images do not appear in your email after a live or test send, please check to make sure that the image URL used is valid. A valid image URL does not have any spaces or non-standard characters such as periods, or - /?!/#$ within file/folder names.