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How to Add a Logo or Banner Image to Emails
How to Add a Logo or Banner Image to Emails
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To make your emails appear more professional, consider adding a banner at the top of your message. Using HTML code in your email, you can embed a banner image so your email has the same feel as a web page. This can help instill reader confidence in your email and allow your email offers to convert better. With a higher converting email design, you will generate more interest in your webinar than with a plain-text email. The recommended width of the banner image is 960 pixels.

All emails have an HTML window, see below on how to access.

Once you click on "Change mode" you can place your email logo or banner on top.

Click "Change mode" to preview your logo or banner, and don't forget to click [Save].


The <img> tag defines an image in an HTML page.
The <img> tag has two required attributes: src and alt.

Note: Images are not technically inserted into an HTML page, images are linked to HTML pages. The <img> tag creates a holding space for the referenced image.

1. To add an image (logo or banner) to your email header use the following lines:

<img src=""
alt="Company logo">

2. To add an image (logo or banner) which is clickable and redirects the users to a new tab use the following lines:

<a href="" 
target="_blank"><img border="0" alt=" Company_Logo"
width="xxx" height="yyy"></a>

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