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Sep 30, 2006, 09:35 #1
HTML Email Newsletter - Yahoo not displaying images
I have an HTML newsletter that I am sending by PHPList.
I have sent it to my Yahoo account and the email includes no images but the layout format of the email is fine (it's a table layout). Yahoo says that it's enable the HTML images but obviously for some reason it hasn;t displayed them.
I've tested the HTML newsletter page in Firefox, IE and the popular mail clients like Outlook and Thunderbird and they all appear fine - any ideas why Yahoo is not displaying the images?
Thanks for the help in advance
Sep 30, 2006, 09:56 #2
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Sep 30, 2006, 13:37 #3
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Yahoo, Gmail and many other webmail services will disable some or all images in html enabled messages until such time as the user decides to turn them on. Outlook 2003+ also does this.- Ted S
Oct 1, 2006, 03:20 #4
Thanks for the replies, guys.
The images are absolutely referenced to my webspace so this shouldn;'t be a problem.
Well, I may as well just send it, if theres no way of getting round it.