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lkrids committed May 17, 2018
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HOW TOasdf USE: Use these code examples as a guideline for formatting your HTML email. You may want to create your own template based on these snippets or just pick and choose the ones that fix your specific rendering issue(s). There are two main areas in the template: 1. The header (head) area of the document. You will find global styles, where indicated, to move inline. 2. The body section contains more specific fixes and guidance to use where needed in your design.
HOW TOasdf USE: Use these code examples as a guideliasdfne for formatting your HTML email. You may want to create your own template based on these snippets or just pick and choose the ones that fix your specific rendering issue(s). There are two main areas in the template: 1. The header (head) area of the document. You will find global styles, where indicated, to move inline. 2. The body section contains more specific fixes and guidance to use where needed in your design.
DO NOT COPY OVER COMMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE CODE to your message or risk spam box banishment :).

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@DanielRuf

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DanielRuf replied Oct 19, 2018

asdf?

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tchalvak replied Oct 20, 2018

Just someone doing a standard random test of web pull requests, close it.

@DanielRuf

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DanielRuf replied Oct 20, 2018

Well, it was merged and it is in master.

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tchalvak replied Oct 20, 2018

Oh no!

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tchalvak replied Oct 20, 2018

Here we go, opened a simple PR to revert that merge and reapply the single-word change that was the original intent.

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