Oh man, I haven’t made any updates in a while. I meant to make this post ages ago. Recently while working for Norex, I was coding an HTML newsletter for the NSLC and in Gmail and Hotmail (Not Yahoo mail or RoundCube) I was getting white lines between each row in my newsletter. As you know if you’ve ever had the unfortunate experience of developing a newsletter, they have to be tables. This particular one made heavy use of images as well, as I saw how many people had the white line issue, but none of their solutions worked for me.
Finally, I found a solution. Why on Earth this works is beyond me, but images should have style=”display:block” on them to get rid of the white lines. Yeah, bizarre, but it works. Really. (If it doesn’t make sure you’ve tried all the regular things like cellspacing and cellpadding). Personally I like coding newsletters, they are a bit more of a challenge then most things (HTML related anyways).