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    Smile Images in HTML templates? solved!


    I apologise if this is a noob question and I'm missing some fundamental reason why this cant happen as I'm pretty new to not just Formmail but coding in general, but....

    I've set up my form responses to be sent via an HTML template I've created. Its pretty simple with just a logo in .png format at the top and then the form results.

    The email comes through fine but the image won't show, it just shows the normal 'red X' when the program cant find or display the image.

    Am I doing something wrong here? The image is currently saved in the same folder as the template.

    Thanks in advance for any help you guys can give me.


    though i'd reveal my noob-ness, in case anyone else was as simple as me!

    i'd put the link of the image to its location as you would within the source code of a site. Once i changed the location to the web URL of the image it worked.
    Last edited by liquidshrapnel; 31-Aug-2012 at 01:16 PM. Reason: SOLVED

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