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Default Convert CSS rules to inline CSS? - 03-25-2009 , 02:21 PM






I know how to convert inline CSS to a CSS rule, but is there anyway in
Dreamweaver to convert a CSS rule to inline CSS?

I've been e-mail newsletters using inline CSS but it takes a lot of time to
do. If I could setup the entire newsletter using regular CSS rules and then
convert it so everything used inline CSS it would save me lots of time.

Any feedback is appreciated.




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Default Re: Convert CSS rules to inline CSS? - 04-02-2009 , 08:18 AM






On Mar 25, 9:21*pm, "Cozmicone" <webforumsu... (AT) macromedia (DOT) com> wrote:
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I know how to convert inline CSS to a CSS rule, but is there anyway in
Dreamweaver to convert a CSS rule to inline CSS?

*I've been e-mail newsletters using inline CSS but it takes a lot of time to
do. If I could setup the entire newsletter using regular CSS rules and then
convert it so everything used inline CSS it would save me lots of time.

*Any feedback is appreciated.
Actually you can, but not through Dreamweaver.
Try using this link: http://code.dunae.ca/premailer.web/

Hope this helps.
Cheers,


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Default Re: Convert CSS rules to inline CSS? - 05-12-2009 , 09:01 AM



On Apr 2, 8:18*am, pbarret... (AT) gmail (DOT) com wrote:
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On Mar 25, 9:21*pm, "Cozmicone" <webforumsu... (AT) macromedia (DOT) com> wrote:

I know how to convert inline CSS to a CSS rule, but is there anyway in
Dreamweaver to convert a CSS rule to inline CSS?

*I've been e-mail newsletters using inline CSS but it takes a lot of time to
do. If I could setup the entire newsletter using regular CSS rules and then
convert it so everything used inline CSS it would save me lots of time.

*Any feedback is appreciated.

Actually you can, but not through Dreamweaver.
Try using this link:http://code.dunae.ca/premailer.web/

Hope this helps.
Cheers,
Looking for a similar solution to freeform html eblasts sent through
Constant Contact - recommendation given here is perfect. thanks for
saving me several non-billable hours of reworking html.

Spyker


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