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Embed HTML Page in Email

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by tlmm, Apr 20, 2004.

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  1. tlmm

    tlmm Thread Starter

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    I have an HTML page which is a newsletter. I want to be able to add it to an email message so I can email it to people. I want it to be in the body of the email, not sent as an attachment.

    There is a .htm page, several images, and a .css page. I need all of these to be embedded for the page to work correctly. I can put the styles from the .css file into the html page, but I still need to know how to embed the images.

    I tried creating stationary, but it didn't put the images in the email.

    I know it is possible to do this. Can someone give me some pointers as to how to get an HTML page along with several images into an email message.

    I am currently using Outlook 2003.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Monstrous Mi

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    This is just a quick answer without any digging so bear with me.

    I believe that if your images are located on a webserver on the Internet, then all you have to do is use their location in the html content of your email. You need to use the entire URL.
     
  3. tlmm

    tlmm Thread Starter

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    I have managed to get the newsletter into email format and almost working. I open the html file in Word and File - Send To - Mail Recipient. This works correctly.

    My only problem now is that I can't get the hover functionality working that I have set in style tags (removed from CSS and added to HTML page), but everything else in the style tags work fine.

    Thanks for your suggestion.
     
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