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  • #4632
    Anonymous

    Can someone provide just a little direction regarding including a logo as part of a html signature?

    Thanks,

    Dom

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  • #8605
    Support 1a
    Participant

    Here’s a simple example that includes an image that exists on a web site:

    <HTML> 
      <HEAD> 
      <TITLE></TITLE> 
      </HEAD> 
      <BODY> 
      <P><B><IMG SRC="http://www.novell.com/common/img/hdr_logo.gif"
      BORDER="0"></B></P>
      <P><FONT SIZE="2">Welcome to
      <A
       HREF="http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/gwmag/features/a_formativ_applet_central_gw.html">Applet
      Central.</A> This is where you can download free Formativ applets to keep
      expanding the functionality of your GroupWise client. </FONT> </P> </BODY>
    </HTML>
    

    Advansys Support

    #8604
    dpagone
    Participant

    Thanks,

    I have it working but have an additional queston(s). Does the path of the image have to be on the web? I ask because I stored the image locally and it worked sending it to other GW accounts and hotmail accounts. For some reason comcast (local cable provider) could not resolve the image.

    Also, we are using a jpg file which seems to work just fine. I assume either is OK (.gif or .jpg)?

    Thanks much,

    Dom

    #8603
    Support 1a
    Participant

    The image doesn’t have to reside on the web. To include an image from your local machine, try including the full path to the file using the format shown below:

    <IMG SRC="file:///c:/web/images/advansys.gif" ALT="Advansys Header" WIDTH="178" HEIGHT="28">
    

    Both GIF and JPG are fine – you can use whatever MS Internet Explorer will render.

    Advansys Support

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