We are working on a mobile app for our church, and are tryign to find a way to use the content of each newsletter edition as a link within our app. So far, the only option that we have found is to open the Twitter link (Simple Share) within the email and extract the URL for the content (http://consta.cc/xxxxxxxxx). Unfortuately, we are experiencing issues with inconsistencies in the width of that display.
Because our mobile app is available to both iOS and Android platforms (phones and tablets) we are trying to deal with the plethora of screen sizes, and are trying to find a way to make the content available at full-screen width on each device. One thing we tried was embedding the short link into an HTML file and specify a width of 100%, and using the HTML file as our link within the app - but that has proven to be problematic and inconsistent, as well.
So our questions are these:
I responded to your email earlier, but this is so that others see my answer here, to summarize my brainstorming on this. Webpages don't render to emails well, since the widths and the html code that format the two are very different. You could take one of these approaches.
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