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    resolved [RESOLVED] how do I make an image in an email a hyperlink to my site

    Hello,
    I want to send an email blast out to a lot of people, and in that email I want to put a jpg or a gif, image and that image when rolled over and clicked is a hyperlink to my site. How do I do that???

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    Create a web page with the image and nest it inside an anchor tag with an href parameter targeted for your website. Then open the page in Internet Explorer, and from the File menu option, choose: Send>Page By Email.
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    tank you

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    does it only work in explorer? Or can I use firefox or safari?

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    I believe this feature only works in IE. FF typically asks you to save the file and then attach it, which isn't the same thing.
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    thank you again.
    I think I can try to get it working.
    Thanks

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    uh, this might sound stupid but how do I nest in the anchor tag?

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    never mind, I got it. My mind was still in confusion mode.

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