Font that doesn't show properly.

Hi !

I'd like my site to use font-family Century Gothic. It works OK on my computer, but not on some others. Could you know why ?

* { margin:0; padding:0; line-height:3ex; font-family:'Century Gothic', 'Geo Sans Light'; }

Input Code

Hi All,

I will do my best to explain my issue as clear as i can. I own a shopify store and i'm trying to get some banners ( pagebreak )into my collection page. The idea is that page lay-out looks like this ( Mainimageheader, 9 Products, Pagebreak, another 9 products, pagebreak and so on. As far as i'm aware of the images are retrieved from the collection description page and they are stored in the Shopify CDN. With my little knowledge i think that the following script is responsible for the images;

/*Adding Mobile Collection Header from Description Box*/

CSS in Email template

Hi All,

I'm having issues with a template I had converted from Photoshop design to HTML.
The freelancer who coded it did not add the css inline. I asked why and they told me that this would affect the responsiveness of the template.

Is there any option to make a good responsive template of it?

Attached the files.

Really hope someone can help me..
Here is the template: http://lucasjq84.eightyfour.axc.nl/mail/ (i can't attach it, appears there is something wrong with the attachments option)

Kind regards,

Lucas

Need Help with Firefox

I have a file with css here. This works great in IE, but not so in Firefox.

Here's the code:

<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
 
<html>
<head>
	<title>Test File</title>
 
<style type="text/css">
td#blocks { padding:0em 0em; height:inherit; width:100%; text-align:center;vertical-align:top;}
#col0 { display:inline; padding:3em; background-color:#9999CC; }

Moving from taboes to css

Shock Hi All,
I am trying to move from tables to css on www.carscreen.nl.
Since the Google ranking is high i need to be careful. I have made a start but I get stuck on the positioning . Anyone out there who can help me out? I can pay a bit for the work that you do...

Kind regards, Barry

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