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How do I find the URL for an Image that isn't in my Library?

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Find an image URL

You can use an image stored online outside of Constant Contact in your emails, events, and surveys by getting its image URL (web address).

An image's URL doesn't usually match the web address of the page where the image appears. Most image URLs end with JPG, GIF, PNG, or BMP.

Example: http://www.sampletravelwebsite.com/images/florida.jpg

Get the URL for an image using:

Note: You'll want to be aware that images on the internet can be subject to various copyright laws. Just because an image is online does not mean that its owner or creator gives you the right to use it. To be safe, you should only use the URLs for images you specifically have permission to use.


Chrome

To find an image URL using Google's Chrome browser:

PC:

  1. Open the webpage with the image.
  2. Right-click on the image.
  3. Select "Copy image URL".

Mac:

  1. Open the web page with the image.
  2. Ctrl-click on the image.
  3. Choose "Copy image URL" from the menu that displays.

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Firefox

To find an image URL using Mozilla's Firefox browser:

PC:

  1. Open the webpage with the image.
  2. Right-click on the image.
  3. Select "Copy image Location".

Mac:

  1. Open the web page with the image.
  2. Ctrl-click on the link.
  3. Choose "Copy image location" from the menu that displays.

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Internet Explorer

To find an image URL using Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser:

PC:

  1. Open the webpage with the image.
  2. Right-click on the image.
  3. Select "Open link in new tab".
  4. Click on the new tab.
  5. Highlight the URL.
  6. Right-click and select "Copy".

Mac:

  1. Open the web page with the image.
  2. Ctrl-click on the image.
  3. Choose "Copy image URL" from the menu that displays.

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Safari

To find an image URL using Apple's Safari browser:

PC:

  1. Open the webpage with the image.
  2. Right-click on the image.
  3. Select "Copy image address".

Mac:

  1. Open the web page with the image in a new browser window.
  2. Ctrl-click on the image.
  3. Choose"Copy image address" from the menu that displays.

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Next Steps

Once you've copied the URL for your image, you can paste it into your:

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