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    What Software to Use?

    I would like to know what type of software do I need in order to design an email message with HTML interactivity. What I mean is that how can certain email advertisers design such a nice email in HTML format and what type of software do they use? Thanks.

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    Re: What Software to Use?

    Originally posted by loopers
    I would like to know what type .....
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    Hi

    Now you know,

    [url]http://freeware.acehtml.com/[/url]

    or

    [url]http://www.agilic.com/editor.htm[/url]

    or

    [url]http://www.coffeecup.com/html-editor/[/url]

    or

    [url]http://www.actiprosoftware.com/Products/SpiderWriter/Default.aspx[/url]




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    This is what I am asking for ...

    Actually, I want the HTML format to straight away being able to be viewed in hotmail or yahoo. That means the user does not have to open the attachment to see the HTML output.

    Straight away HTML interactivity is available in the email. No need to open the attachment. For an example, if you send the HTML code to yourself (to your own hotmail or yahoo account), you can't get the output straight away the way you want it. You got to download the HTML file and including the .jpg picture from the attachment to view the output of the HTML.

    So ... are there any software out there that can let the HTML file being view straight from the email ... just like some email advertisers have done it?

    Thanks.

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    This is what I am asking for ...

    Actually, I want the HTML format to straight away being able to be viewed in hotmail or yahoo. That means the user does not have to open the attachment to see the HTML output.

    Straight away HTML interactivity is available in the email. No need to open the attachment. For an example, if you send the HTML code to yourself (to your own hotmail or yahoo account), you can't get the output straight away the way you want it. You got to download the HTML file and including the .jpg picture from the attachment to view the output of the HTML.

    Let us say we save the html code below as test.html, we can't view it as it is straight away from the email ... but got to download it from the attachment ... (trying sending a html file to yourself at hotmail and you will know what I really mean)

    Code:
    <img src="picture.JPG">
    So ... are there any software out there that can let the HTML file being view straight from the email ... just like some email advertisers have done it?

    Thanks for any help.

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    Re: This is what I am asking for ...

    Loopers,

    Use any of the above mentionned programs to create your html file which might contains JAVA, DHTML, ACTIVEX, links to jpeg's, gif's, avi's, wmv's, rm's, ra's even external links to other sites...

    Once you are done, open MSIE

    Click file>open>browse and get the html file that you just created..

    At this time you will see it inside your browser exactly the way you created it (I hope for you otherwise there should be some errors.)

    Now, click file>send>page by E-mail.

    done.

    you do not need any software, you only need * mouse, 2 eyes & couple of fingers.


    take care


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