does not exceed the height constraint you won͛t end up with automatically generated text
Use nested tables within each stacked table but be aware of the fact that some of your nested
tables might be over 23.7 inches in height. With that said, you could start breaking those apart
first and test between each iteration.
When doing this, you might have to remove all spaces and carriage returns within your code,
particularly between your closing and opening tables. This helps to ensure that they stack on top
of each other perfectly. Since this may cause a complete restructure of your table layout, it͛s a
good idea to get in the habit of designing your tables so that they can be easily stackable when
needed. You might only have to break apart one table that exceeds the maximum height, others
might not cause a noticeable gap.
If this solution does not work for you, click here for more information and a few alternative
15. Tall images will be cropped in Outlook.
Outlook truncates the upper portion of all images higher than 1728px from the top-down. So, if
your image is 250px longer than the 1728px limit, 250px will get cropped off the top.
We͛ve also seen Outlook re-scale an image so that its max height is 1728px.
We suggest that you crop your images and stack them on top of each other.
16. Images with dimensions defined in HTML may render incorrectly.
Stretched images (e.g., bars, borders, gradients, etc.) may not render correctly. All graphics
should have their correct dimensions in the file properties. Do not rely on HTML-defined
dimensions for images that are critical to the email͛s layout.
17. Animated GIFs aren't supported by Outlook.
Outlook does not support animated GIFs, instead it only shows the first slide of your animation
so make sure the most important call to action is on that slide.