09. The List Issue: Part One
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Lists are used to display content that’s intended to be quickly and easily digested by the subscriber. However, in a desire to control the way they’re rendered across email and webmail clients, they’re often developed in a way that is not semantically correct.
In this issue, I’ll look at how you can develop lists in a way that is semantically correct, at the way email and webmail clients render them by default, and how you can restyle them so that they render in a way that works for your email.
As you’ve seen so far, you can develop lists in a way that is semantically correct, and so that they render in a way that works for your email. In part two, I’ll look at some more restyling techniques. ■
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