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Universal Email 307 add a image in the html body

Thread began 5/28/2010 10:08 pm by omarmacias376396 | Last modified 6/01/2010 9:45 am by Jason Byrnes | 1375 views | 2 replies |


Universal Email 307 add a image in the html body

Hi, I’m using UE 307 and I have created a HTML for the body of the Email, using WA Universal Email Body Editor, I have added the CSS styles directly in the html. My question is how can I add images (for the header, footer, etc) in the HTML to be sent with the email?
Thank you in advance for you prompt response.

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The way I used to do it was to go through the wizzard then when it previews the body of the email click the DW edit button and add the graphics manually that page that pops up is the email template used when emailing

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

to add images to the email, make sure you provide a full URL in the image source:

<img src="http://www.mydomain/images/image.jpg" />

without a full URL, the email client will not know where to look for the image.

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