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If I am on a Mac, how do I get the URL of an image from a website?

General questions Updated on September 17, 2011
If you are using a Mac and need to get the URL of an image, follow these steps (based on the browser being used):

Firefox:

  1. Open a browser window and go to the page containing the image you want to use in Benchmark Email.
  2. Move your mouse over the image and Ctrl-click on the link.
  3. Select Copy Image Location or View Image Info.
Safari:
  1. Open a browser window and go to the page containing the image you want to use in Benchmark Email.
  2. Move your mouse over the image and Ctrl-click on the link.
  3. Select Copy image address from the option that displays.
Chrome 7
  1. Open a browser window and go to the page containing the image you want to use in Benchmark Email.
  2. Move your mouse over the image and Ctrl-click on the link.
  3. Select Copy image URL from the option that displays.
Notes:
  • Ctrl-click on a Mac is exactly like right-click on a PC.
  • To copy, Ctrl-click > Copy.
  • To paste, Ctrl-click > Paste.
  • Do not copy an image that you do not have the rights to use, unless you will be giving credit to the source of the image.
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