Inky v2.0.0 Release Notes

Release Date: 2018-03-21 // over 2 years ago

Previous changes from v1.3.6

  • πŸš€ A huge release, from new implementations, features, and bug fixes. This is a changelog for Inky based on the Foundation for Emails 2.2 release. Check out the entire Foundation for Emails 2.2 release.

    πŸ”‹ Features

    • Buttons can now have target attributes - #42
    • You can now vertically align content in columns and Source order - HTML attributes can now be passed to row’s and columns - #45
    • Spacer height can now be controlled by media query in HTML - #36 Thanks to @ethanmay
    • βž• Added data-attribute no-expander to to disable the .expander - #29
    • πŸ›  Menu items can now have target attributes - #54 fixes #465
    • πŸ“œ <raw> Inky tag to ignore parsing handlebars and other things that should not be changed - #28

    πŸ› Bug fixes

    • Prevents character encoding in many places - #37
    • βž• Adds default spacer size if none is specified - c17a914

    πŸ‘€ If you're into seeing all the commits, you'll find them here: zurb/foundation-emails@v1.3.5...v1.3.6

    Contributors

    πŸš€ Here are the folks who made this release possible. If you want to contribute, check out our contributing page on the Foundation site, or browse the help wanted issue tag on GitHub.

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