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How do I add an image to the body of my email?
Adding an image to the body of emails sent through Connect is very simple! In order to add an image, you'll want to make sure that your image is available publicly online somewhere, either on your own website or on an image hosting service.
If you're not sure how to get an image online, check out the following guides:
- How do I upload an image to Imgur?
- Why do images I add from Google Drive to Accelerator emails disappear?
Once you have your image online somewhere, you can insert an image by clicking on the Insert Image button on your email editor.
From there, enter in the direct URL of the image in the field that prompts you with "http://" (1). This URL should directly link to the image itself, not simply to a page that has the image on it, which means that the URL should end with .jpg, .gif, .png, or something similar.
Clicking on the image after submitting the URL will bring up the image options menu. Clicking on the "Replace" button (1) will allow you to enter in the URL of a different image to replace this image with a different image. You can change the alignment of the image using the "Alignment" dropdown (2). Clicking on the "Remove" button (3) will delete the image. Clicking on the "Insert Link" button (4) will let you turn the image into a clickable link that takes you to a website. Enter in the URL you wish for the link to direct to, and select whether or not you want the link to open in a new tab, then click on the "Insert" button. The "Display" button (5) allows you to select whether you want the image to display inline or if you want to break the text around it. The "Style" button (6) allows you to add some style options to the image. You can put Alternate Text, which displays when you mouse over the image or in place of the image if the image can't load, in the "Alternate Text" field (7). You can adjust the size of the image by clicking on the "Change Size" button (8), then adjusting the "Width" and "Height" numbers, which show the size of the image in pixels.