Making an image signature in Outlook 2003 a hyperlink to a site...

  • Thread starter Sm9obm55Ym95
  • Start date Views 1,918
Status
Not open for further replies.
S

Sm9obm55Ym95

#1
I have an image (our logo) as a signature on my email. I am trying to make

this a clickable link so that customers can click the logo and be taken

straight to our site. I found a post on here from "Clarky" who advised to use

this:

<a href="http://www.yourfavoritelink.com"><img

src="http://yourwebserver.com/pictures/picturename.jpg" alt="picture name"

/></a
Now, this works fine and would be perfect other than my image logo is left

with an outline around the image so how can I resolve this?

I did reply to "Clarky"'s post today but did notice the thread is from 3

years ago so thought I'd ask here if anyone can help.

I appreciate any help with this.
 
T

Terry R.

#2
The date and time was Thursday, April 09, 2009 7:54:05 AM, and on a

whim, Johnnyboy pounded out on the keyboard:


> I have an image (our logo) as a signature on my email. I am trying to make
> this a clickable link so that customers can click the logo and be taken
> straight to our site. I found a post on here from "Clarky" who advised to use
> this:

> <a href="http://www.yourfavoritelink.com"><img
> src="http://yourwebserver.com/pictures/picturename.jpg" alt="picture name"
> /></a
> Now, this works fine and would be perfect other than my image logo is left
> with an outline around the image so how can I resolve this?

> I did reply to "Clarky"'s post today but did notice the thread is from 3
> years ago so thought I'd ask here if anyone can help.

> I appreciate any help with this.


Hi Johnny,

Try placing border="0" after img like this:

<img border="0" src="http://yourwebserver.com/pictures/picturename.jpg"

alt="picture name"
Terry R.

Anti-spam measures are included in my email address.

Delete NOSPAM from the email address after clicking Reply.
 
S

Sm9obm55Ym95

#3
Re: Making an image signature in Outlook 2003 a hyperlink to a sit

"Terry R." wrote:


> The date and time was Thursday, April 09, 2009 7:54:05 AM, and on a
> whim, Johnnyboy pounded out on the keyboard:
>
> > I have an image (our logo) as a signature on my email. I am trying to make
> > this a clickable link so that customers can click the logo and be taken
> > straight to our site. I found a post on here from "Clarky" who advised to use
> > this:
> > <a href="http://www.yourfavoritelink.com"><img
> > src="http://yourwebserver.com/pictures/picturename.jpg" alt="picture name"
> > /></a
> > Now, this works fine and would be perfect other than my image logo is left
> > with an outline around the image so how can I resolve this?
> > I did reply to "Clarky"'s post today but did notice the thread is from 3
> > years ago so thought I'd ask here if anyone can help.
> > I appreciate any help with this.


> Hi Johnny,

> Try placing border="0" after img like this:

> <img border="0" src="http://yourwebserver.com/pictures/picturename.jpg"
> alt="picture name"

> Terry R.
> > Anti-spam measures are included in my email address.
> Delete NOSPAM from the email address after clicking Reply.
>


Worked wonders thanks :) Not on a whim though, just a question.....
 
T

Terry R.

#4
Re: Making an image signature in Outlook 2003 a hyperlink to a sit

The date and time was Wednesday, April 15, 2009 6:00:01 AM, and on a

whim, Johnnyboy pounded out on the keyboard:



> "Terry R." wrote:
>
> > The date and time was Thursday, April 09, 2009 7:54:05 AM, and on a
> > whim, Johnnyboy pounded out on the keyboard:
> >
> >> I have an image (our logo) as a signature on my email. I am trying to make
> >> this a clickable link so that customers can click the logo and be taken
> >> straight to our site. I found a post on here from "Clarky" who advised to use
> >> this:
> >
>>> <a href="http://www.yourfavoritelink.com"><img
> >> src="http://yourwebserver.com/pictures/picturename.jpg" alt="picture name"
> >> /></a
>>
>>> Now, this works fine and would be perfect other than my image logo is left
> >> with an outline around the image so how can I resolve this?
> >
>>> I did reply to "Clarky"'s post today but did notice the thread is from 3
> >> years ago so thought I'd ask here if anyone can help.
> >
>>> I appreciate any help with this.

> > Hi Johnny,
>

>> Try placing border="0" after img like this:
>

>> <img border="0" src="http://yourwebserver.com/pictures/picturename.jpg"
> > alt="picture name"
>
>
>> Terry R.
> > > > Anti-spam measures are included in my email address.
> > Delete NOSPAM from the email address after clicking Reply.
> >


> Worked wonders thanks :) Not on a whim though, just a question.....


You're welcome.

Terry R.

Anti-spam measures are included in my email address.

Delete NOSPAM from the email address after clicking Reply.
 
Status
Not open for further replies.

Similar threads

Top