you are probably importing your own html and I was told email html is a little different so the code needs to be adjusted. I am having the same problem
I'm having the same issue. I'm not importing code but using their useless wisiwyg editor...it looks fine when I build it but when I send it to myself it changes font sizes, bolds items, every line is a little off ...I feel your pain and hope that you fix your problem. I'm really close to abandoning ship. I could see if only a few people were having issues but reading so many problems - how could so many people be having the same problem?
I have the same problem, but it doesn't just end with text color for me. Soemtimes, random lines will get indented and sometimes text size will change. I've mitigated the problem a little by making sure I change the text color in the global fonts and colors (left column when youre in edit mode) and by not copying and pasting anything (even text stripped through TextEdit or Notebook). But I still have a lot of issues. It makes my emails look so unprofessional. I have been doing what Clique Marketing suggested, and it's shocking how inconsistent the emails look after sent. Browsers and email servers all have an effect on the final product. I called to ask about it, and the support girl told me it's a problem they've had for a long time, and there's nothing I can really do about it.
Coding HTML to work with email is one of the WORST tasks ever. It is probably the most tedious thing i've ever done so don't give up! Is html just not rendering at all? If so, remove your header tags. After a full day of pulling my hair out, i noticed none of the templates CC offers have header tags in them. So i removed mine and voila. HTML rendered. You might possibly want to blame your email provider. Currently i'm struggling with this issue. Outlook inserts bizarre spacing between my table rows, hotmail doesn't render images properly, etc.. Unfortunately i haven't found a solution for no 2 yet. And I'm tearing my hair out over it. But at least i think i've narrowed down the problem.
I just was talking to someone about this very issue and gave him this advice (which, after 24 hours of crying and rocking back and forth in a corner of my office i finally figured out) !!!Remove the head tags in your code!!! I did this and voila! HTML rendered "properly" (as in images and styles appeared.. not perfect but a huge leap forward from yesterday when i was seeing nothing at all)
Make sure your html is in agreement with the CSS settings.