I am certainly not a skilled HTML coder, but have been coding email blasts in Dreamweaver and then pasting the code into Constant Contact to send to our clients. I've run into an issue with only outlook users that the code spits out a floating <td> or </td> at the bottom of our emails. I found the source and fixed it up, but now everything is aligned left (even though I have it aligned center?). I can paste a snippet of the code below if that is helpful, but I am truly so lost and have no clue how to fix this.
I've bolded the ">" that fixes my floating <td> but alignes everything left.
<table width="650" border="0" align="center" cellpadding="20" cellspacing="0">
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Code snippets don't tell the whole story. Suffice it to say Outlook is the least reliable email client for rendering HTML. And there is much variation between Outlook for Office 365 and previous versions. Don't spend too much time worrying about alignment in Outlook. You'll drive yourself crazy.
That said, Litmus responsive Email Templates have a good success rate in all major email clients.
Also Outlook in Dark Mode is an especially challenging problem. Fortunately, Litmus email templates have a solution for that described below.
Hope that helps.
Is this correct? You don't have any content in the td cell:
<td align="center" valign="top"></td>
Shouldn't the paragraph <p> which follows the closing </td> and whatever is wrapped in the <p> be inside the table cell?