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    By GO

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    Hi everyone, I'd like to get some help for something I want to achieve with Foundation for emails if possible. The idea is to save a lot of time when I have to build transactionnal emails for the company where I work. Most of the time, these transactio... (continued)

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GO commented on GO's post almost 3 years

I just want to add another solution that could be suitable as well, I could have different index files for each e-mail.
Such as index_inscription.html (which includes the inscription.partial), then have a index_passwordRecovery.html (with the password.recovery partial inside and so on...
And once all is set, just run the build command and generate all the inlined version, that could be as well a solution. Is there a way to do that ?
I'm just looking for a way to save time, so if what I want to do isn't possible, please share your ideas if you have some.
Thanks

GO commented on GO's post almost 3 years

Honestly, I haven't thought about doing it this way. I might give a try and maybe apply the css using a class. Then using a media query to set the width of the columns according the size of the viewport.
 
I'll let you know...

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You commented on GO's post almost 3 years

I just want to add another solution that could be suitable as well, I could have different index files for each e-mail.
Such as index_inscription.html (which includes the inscription.partial), then have a index_passwordRecovery.html (with the password.recovery partial inside and so on...
And once all is set, just run the build command and generate all the inlined version, that could be as well a solution. Is there a way to do that ?
I'm just looking for a way to save time, so if what I want to do isn't possible, please share your ideas if you have some.
Thanks

You commented on GO's post almost 3 years

Honestly, I haven't thought about doing it this way. I might give a try and maybe apply the css using a class. Then using a media query to set the width of the columns according the size of the viewport.
 
I'll let you know...

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