Frequently Asked Questions
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What is an Image URL and how do I find the Image URL for an image I want to use in Constant Contact?
Finding 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.
You shouldn't need to find the URL of an image stored in Constant Contact unless you are creating your email using HTML code.
To get the URL for the online image you'd like to use in Constant Contact:
- Open a browser window and go to the page containing the image you want to use in Constant Contact.
Move your mouse over the image and right-click the mouse button.
Note: Get help with finding an image URL on a Mac.
- Select Properties from the pop-up menu. The image's Properties dialog box displays.
- Copy the Address URL (including http:// all the way to the file extension JPG, PNG, GIF or BMP) by highlighting it with your mouse and selecting Copy.
Now you can use the image URL to insert the online image into a/an:
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