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"Slicing" treats the web page as a pixel-perfect static canvas, which it never has been, nor never will be. It was a bad idea in the 90s and is now an antiquated idea. For just one example, there's simply no way for Photoshop to slice out a responsive web page layout. So, yes, always work in the actual medium you are designing in whenever you can. In the ...
Make child themes in WP. The changes you make in your child theme are only overrides of what you want to change. You will have far more control and flexibility. You can group overrides in your child theme, and margin and padding should be easily solved that way.
It mainly depends on your skills and of the final output needed (An html page? An image? A report?). If your final output is an image and you are the only people who could change it, probably it's faster to use a graphic program (working with vectorial images is simple changing colors and dimensions with precision); but if you need to provide some ...
If it is indeed email, you can't really use background images in CSS, or rather you shouldn't. It's best to create the traditional table layout and place the header and footer in table cells. Then it's a really easy matter to edit the middle content.
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