[openstreetmap/openstreetmap-website] Responsive HTML mails (#1436)

Hervé Saint-Amand notifications at github.com
Sun Feb 12 21:20:50 UTC 2017

A few tweaks to the HTML/CSS code of the email notifications to make messages more responsive on narrow displays, which should improve the viewing experience on mobile. Also a handful of minor tweaks to fonts.

There are no changes to content, only implementation.

https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Dressed-up_Notification_Mails is up to date with screenshots of what this PR produces.
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-- Commit Summary --

  * Tweak cell width for proper centering on narrow screens
  * Force the font on every <p> tag
  * Removed italic styling on message body
  * Fix title alignment in Outlook/WindowsMail
  * Use the same fonts for the footer text as for the rest of the mail
  * Better alt text for the logo
  * Even out the widths of the white bars around the message box
  * Avoid squished-up grey borders around the message on narrow screens
  * Fixed alignment & underlining bugs in Outlook / WinMail
  * Make the mails squeezable on narrow screens
  * Set font on title
  * Remove nowrap on footer text, to accommodate narrow screens
  * Two more "nowrap" instructions removed to accommodate narrower displays
  * A better way to contrain the width of the message box whilst also allowing it to shrink on narrow displays
  * merging master into html-mail-fixes

-- File Changes --

    M app/helpers/notifier_helper.rb (15)
    M app/views/layouts/notifier.html.erb (17)
    M app/views/notifier/_message_body.html.erb (6)
    M app/views/notifier/changeset_comment_notification.html.erb (4)
    M app/views/notifier/email_confirm.html.erb (2)
    M app/views/notifier/signup_confirm.html.erb (2)

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