This is a great little primer on all the different ways to setup redirects with different languages and server technologies.
I’ve actually never had a need for this, but now that I’ve read this article, it’s filed in the back of my mind for when it is needed.
Maybe by then, it won’t require such a hack to make it work across browsers.
Came across this one while building a fairly complex and colorful HTML email yesterday. I rarely use tabular layouts (almost exclusively in eBlasts) and while testing it, I noticed it wasn’t Outlook that was giving me trouble, but rather iOS’s mail. Little hairline borders were showing up. Pinching and zooming in and out made them appear and dissapear.
Turns out this is a known issue — one which Apple has yet to address, and it looks like it’s existed dating back to iOS 5, and maybe earlier.
It’s a short (less than five minutes) video/presentation back from CodeMash 2012. It’s hilarious and sadly insightful.