Adding Animated GIFs to your Email
Enhance your emails by adding animated gifs and engage with your subscribers by sharing more entertaining visual content. Begin creating amazing email campaigns! Please note that the process to add animated GIFs to your email will begin in the Design step of creating an email. Adding a GIF that is saved in your computer requires the same upload steps as an image. For steps on how to upload an animated
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Top 12 Features From the Classic Editor & How to Do Them With Our Drag and Drop Editor
First things first, the Classic Editor does not create responsive emails. Period. Our Drag and Drop Editor does. Aside from being responsive, you can accomplish the same things you were able to in the Classic Editor. Following are the top 12 things done in the Classic Editor and how to do them in the Drag and Drop Editor. 1. Adding Blocks Adding blocks in the Drag and Drop Editor
How do I find the file size and dimensions for images?
In order to check the size and dimensions of an image on your computer or on a webpage, follow these steps: On a webpage: Hold your mouse cursor over the desired image. Right-click the image. Select View Image Info for Mozilla Firefox users or View Properties for Internet Explorer users. If you are using other browsers, you will have to save the image in your documents to be able to
Why are the images in my email not showing up in Gmail?
Google previously did not allow images to load without permission from you. Google now acts as a proxy for your images and hosts the images as you receive them. This is to protect your computer from any malicious harm, like viruses or malware, that can be embedded in the images. If your are not seeing the images in your email, it is most likely an issue with the email itself
I cannot see the image in my Email. What could be the possible reason?
The most common reasons why the images are not shown in your email are Some email clients (Outlook 2007) automatically disable the images and then provide an option for the user to enable the images The image has been deleted from your Image Gallery or from the website that has been referred to in your email The images are being referred from a private/restricted network Your network firewall may be