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Make sure your html is in agreement with the CSS settings.
That's not an answer. CSS settings are in agreement the moment you set up the page in Dreamweaver. You cannot have an image (or a block of HTML) un-centered and have it's CSS designation say "centered". Not possible.
I have the same problem. Centered in the preview, but not in the actual sent email.
If the preview is showing the HTML correctly, then the emails should follow suit.
I SMELL A BUG!!!!
Sorry to hear this is happening. Since this is a bit of an older thread I am happy to take a look. What is the name of the email you are working on and what email client are you sending to?
Hi Amy and JB, I'm taking a look at this now. I will update when I have more information. Thanks, Marissa W. Community & Social Media Support Representative
Amy, the new email you can use in your account is titled "Revised of Winter Independence 2011". What I had to do is use an article block, (you can do this actually with any block respectively) and created Anchors. Then I went into the html code view for the block and added break tags to create the double spacing. Break tags look like this: < br > but there is no spacing in the tag.
What is causing this to happen in Outlook only is that when Outlook created Outlook 2007 and higher, they chose to use Microsoft Word rendering as opposed to Internet Explorer rendering, which is what they used for the earlier versions of Outlook. Browsers carry much more HTML/CSS support then Word.
Outlook is rendering the div tags as double spacing. When you use break tags instead, it will render properly.
I hope this helps both of you. I have put the FAQ below on how to insert anchors. Just copy and paste the URL into your browser to be taken to the FAQ.
FAQ for Anchors: http://conta.cc/hiphxd
Let me know if you have any other questions! Marissa