About Michael D'Angelo

"Mikey" joined Swiftpage in October of 2012 as a Web Developer. When not expanding or maintaining our website, he lends his design and programming skills to various other areas of our marketing department. When not working, Mikey enjoys hanging with his wife and 2 pugs, designing concert posters, reading graphic novels and spending too much time with his record collection.

5 Responses to “Make it Work! Best Practices for Creating Custom HTML Email Templates”

  1. I’d like to mention that adding width/height attributes to images doesn’t actually make them download faster, but it does make them render more quickly within the page. The browser doesn’t have to calculate reflow twice when it knows how large an img node will be.

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