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The inlining tool at https://foundation.zurb.com/emails/inliner.html isn't working. We've been trying for hours, since this morning. Any updates on when it might be fixed? Any recommendations on which other tools we can use to produce the same results. We tried Email Chimp's and it didn't render well in Litmus testing.

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The inlining tool at https://foundation.zurb.com/emails/inliner.html isn't working. We've been trying for hours, since this morning. Any updates on when it might be fixed? Any recommendations on which other tools we can use to produce the same results. We tried Email Chimp's and it didn't render well in Litmus testing.

Nicole Aue about 1 month ago

Having the same problem. Other inliner tools don't seem to be compatible with Foundation for Email's framework. Hoping this is fixed soon-- everyone who uses Foundation for Emails is relying on the Foundation inliner tool. Though I don't have a solution, I am replying to this thread so the folks at Foundation will see it is an issue multiple people are having, which will hopefully spur them into action.

Mark Smith about 1 month ago

Same problem here. It just stops at 'Loading...'

Here are the errors from the browser's console:

"POST https://zurb.com/ink/skate-proxy.php 403 ()" @ app.js?hash=5a0e090c3ade5f28552ba066e3020927:3 

"Failed to load https://zurb.com/ink/skate-proxy.php: No 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin' header is present on the requested resource. Origin 'https://foundation.zurb.com' is therefore not allowed access. The response had HTTP status code 403." @ inliner.html:1

Tested on newest Chrome and Firefox.

Edit

There appears to be another version of this tool that works for now:

https://foundation.zurb.com/emails/inliner-v2.html

Kieran Mahon 12 days ago

Inliner V2 is breaking some things for me. Is this working for others? 

Does anyone know when V1 will be useable or is there another page with the same tool?

Really stuck on this now...!

Jessica Kevin 12 days ago

Simply glue your email's HTML beneath, click Convert, and you'll get a more email well disposed adaptation that is prepared to send Do My Assignment for Me UK on the off chance that your email's CSS incorporates media inquiries for responsive styling, don't stress the inliner apparatus will allow those administer sets to sit unbothered.

Nicole Aue 11 days ago

Found an alternative inliner that seems to work with Foundation's framework:

https://htmlemail.io/inline/

I still needed to do some work to make my custom template compatible with this inliner but it was close enough.

Foundation's V.2 didn't work for me at all (never did) which is odd considering it seems like their own inliner ought to work with their own latest version of their email framework.

Kieran Mahon 9 days ago

Hi Nicole,

thanks so much for that link, I have been trying to get a response from Foundation but not getting anything and you were the only one to help, so many thanks for that...

I tried the link you sent but I couldn’t get the results I needed either, so sadly I had to re-build in the newer Inky.

Thanks, Kieran.