Hey, guys. I'm in need of some HTML coding help. At work we use a program called Maestro for doing mass emaling, and at first I thought it was this software causing our issues, however I now know it's not. Here's the deal: 1) The client is trying to support multiple browsers/platforms using 1 HTML email. By this I mean that, when testing, the client requires everything to be tested on Outlook, Gmail/Android, and Apple. However, we can never get the email to look correct on all versions. Being a newb to this, is there something I should be passing on to the guys doing the coding that they should be paying attention to, or that they need to include in order to have the email supported on a wider range of email clients? 2) Every email sent to a Gmail address is either being flagged as SPAM, or in the case of the last email, malicious. I'm thinking it's the structure of the HTML code, so is there something, a piece of software, that they can run their code against? I've tried a couple HTML validation sites (which is how I figured out the issue is code related, not software), but all they really do is tell me the code is wrong, and what lines, but not how to fix it. Plus the errors look to be more in line with design issues, and don't seem related to what is triggering Gmails security. Any ideas? I should note that I don't have any part in the design/creation work (my HTML coding skills are so ancient it's not funny). However I know enough that I can spot irregularities, or issues in the code.. just not how to fix them. I only deal with proofing, conversion for the text version that accompanies the email, handling the mailing list itself (ie. bounces and unsub/subscribers), the deployment, and analytics work. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.