Surely I must be doing something wrong but whenever I send an email out with JPEG images in it, they don't display properly in Gmail or Yahoo (other clients are fine). If I resave the images as PNGs (which means the files have much larger file size), then they display fine.
I'm using Fireworks to export my images and just using pretty much default settings but is there something else I should be doing to make sure JPEGs display properly?
Unless Gmail had made radical changes to their system it seems like you may be doing something not right and the only thing I can think of is your HTML itself.
Care to share a snippet of your source of how your linking to these images?
Well for instance, this works:
<img src="http://www.sitename.com.au/images/newsletter/image.png" alt="XXXXXX" width="585" height="226"/>
But this doesn't:
<img src="http://www.sitename.com.au/images/newsletter/image.jpg" alt="XXXXXX" width="585" height="226"/>
tyssen, could you post a link to an actual jpg that you're having this problem with?
I should point out that this hasn't gone out as a Campaign Monitor mailout but I thought I'd ask here as I thought one of the experts here would have an idea about what's happening.
tyseen, that link doesn't actually work.
Yes it does, I've just checked it.
Displays 404 Page Not Found.
After typing in http://www.resultslegal.com.au/images/newsletter/ I was able to access the main directory and click on the images. Not sure why...
I'm not sure either. I'm not getting 404s at my end.
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