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Now I am utilizing this new php open source mail organizer. It allows my home to segment clients and create person lists by community. Right now My organization is working on e mail marketing designs targetted at specific industries but for whatever reason my background images aren’t participating in google electronic mail, or outlook but do show up in yahoo. My buttons show up that i do. below is an image of the email:

The actual coding contains a few images total this background highlighted in purple and two buttons highlighted around white.

For that background I here’s using:
< family table width=" 800px" height=" 600px" style=" margin-left: 50px; margin-right: 25px; margin-bottom: 75px; margin-top: 75px; track record: url(/files/images/backgroundnotext800x600. jpg); border=" cellpadding=" 0" cellspacing=" 0" >

For that buttons I here’s using:
< your href=" http: //www. rlmcastings. com/" > < img border=" 0" width=" 82" height=" 18" alt=" Website" title=" Go to Website" src=" /files/images/websitebutton. jpg" /> < /a>

If anyone can give me an plan why my background image just isn’t showing up I might appreciate it thanks.

For e-mail, all images must be somewhere over the internet (on your website),
along with referenced using " absolute" referencing.

Besides:
src=" /files/images/websitebutton. jpg"

You’d have something similar to this:
src=" http: //www. rlmcastings. com/files/images/websitebutton. jpg"

Thankyou for that feedback, I see why part and WE went ahead plus did it together ways and each and every way the buttons showed up, but its not really those images I got having problems with it was the background image this was giving me issues. The buttons available fine just definitely not the background picture. Any suggestions with the back ground here is the code.

< family table width=" 800px" height=" 600px" style=" margin-left: 50px; margin-right: 25px; margin-bottom: 75px; margin-top: 75px; track record: url(/files/images/backgroundnotext800x600. jpg); border=" cellpadding=" 0" cellspacing=" 0" >

Same task…
The background image should be addressed " absolute" (with the actual URL).

The main reason you’re seeing these both ways, is usually that the images are cached on
your personal machine, so they do the job. On anyone else’s computer, they need in order to be
qualified to access them from your website… thus the importance to include a person’s URL
when using the path and filename.

Thankyou, I am aware of that to, I coded equally full url and partial and equally ways never showed up except upon yahoo mail although not Gmail nor this outlook.

There need to be a setting to get, " show foundation colors and images" that is not checked
I do not know… just a guess.

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