I've coded the image into the email, but won't show in Hotmail

Hotmail seems to be the one email host that doesn’t show my image as I’ve coded down below. I need help to fix this today, please! It’ll show in gmail and outlook.

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Many email clients don’t display images by default, or the account owner has opted not to display them. In short you cannot guarantee recipents will see images so it’s advisable to provide a text only version of your email as well.

thanks for the tips!

There are two ways of handling images in emails.

Linking to images means that the image needs to be downloaded from a web server to display in the email. Mst people have that option disabled since if they download any images in a spam email then the spammer has a record of their email address having viewed the spam so they can send lots more.

Embedding the email in the email means that a base 64 encoded version of the image is sent in the email itself. Most people using separate email programs should be able to see the images if you do it this way but webmail programs may not be set up to handle them.