Tutorial by Topics: hybrid



When an email client doesn't support media-queries, a hybrid approach can be used to to reconfigure the layout for different screen sizes for email clients regardless of media query support. It uses fluid tables and max-width and min-width to impose rigid baselines (allowing some movement) and imposes a fixed, wide width for Outlook who is shackled to desktop anyway. Once a mobile-friendly baseline is set, media queries progressively enhance the email further in clients that support it.

Batch are capable of running with VBS functionality further increasing their reliability. For example, VBS can deal with decimals, spaces, and some other advanced operations that cannot be done in batch. Also is capable of working with WMI and ActiveX objects.

JScript is actually the superset of Javascript (it's 1.8.1 version - so some newer features are not available ), and they can be embedded into a batch script for extending batch script's functions. Usually, techniques of embedding are using the JScript directives (not part of the official Javascript standard) in order to separate the batch and JScript code. JScript allows you to work with Com/ActiveX objects, as well as with WMI objects in addition to the standard Javascript.


Page 1 of 1