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What is your site?
its a newsletter from Yahoo ,I use to have all these codes, all lost every thing when my computer crashed I just need the code isn't > something to that effect.
there kidding they don't allow me to copynpaste your reply if my memory was good I wouldn't be asking.
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its a newsletter not a website yahoo this is what was given to me but its out of shape
its a newsletter yahoo does that help? this is the code that someone from here gave me
I think the width and height are wrong
what html code to I put in there?
your a god send I can't thank you enough
As Glyn pointed out elsewhere, just click Quote (never realised the button was actually useful for something) to see and copy code.
that did not work I know all that why is this so difficult do you know the answer?why can't you just tell me? frustration is my middle name besides being tbi
You have been trying since February? Well, the code is OK. And the code is the answer. So what more can we tell you? Have you checked that the newsletter you were talking about permits the use of code? Or maybe you have to do something weird in a weird newsletter editor in order to have the editor insert the code for you. Lots of webpage editors work like that.
I haven't been following this thread as Corwings has been giving perfectly good, accurate and helpful answers. There is however, one little thought that just came to mind. If the display problem is in a newsletter could the problem be with your email program? Most email readers these days don't display graphics unless you explicitly set a rule to approve them. This may be in a tiny little message in a corner of the screen which isn't obvious.