[update: looks like premailer changed their interface a little,
which broke my domain-level meta-interface for it. I’ll fix it sometime, just not now :(]
Premailer is a nifty ruby script that turns most of the css from external stylesheets and style blocks into inline css on each element. This is useful if you want to be sure that HTML e-mails will remain mostly in-tact in the viewer’s mail client.
It’s a great script, but the interface could be better… and by better, I mean invisible. … so I bought the domain inlinecss.com and made it work with premailer and your URLs. No interface required; just add .inlinecss.com after the TLD in the URL of the page that you want to inline, and the site will mirror the inlined version of your page.
For example, to inline google.com, turn http://google.com/ into http://google.com.inlinecss.com/
- I need to take a vacation to Vermont and Spain
- Life after 40; W3C compliance, IPv6, cloud policy, and open APIs