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Is there a way to add a background image to an email and ensure it will display in all email clients?

  • This is not a Graphic design question. – Digital Lightcraft Jun 27 '17 at 7:14
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    I think this is off-topic since it has more to do with HTML/Knowing Email Clients than with Graphic Design(e.g. creating the Image) – SitiSchu Jun 27 '17 at 9:40
  • To one part? To the whole email? What email clients are giving you the most trouble? What type of layout are you using? – Zach Saucier Jun 27 '17 at 11:51
  • Suggestion: Visit sites like MailChimp's, where you'll find lots of good information and advice as to what works across a broad range of email clients. And accept that some people prefer text-only email and may reject the HTML email you'd need to pull this off. Their in-box, their rules. The "done thing" is to provide a text-only version of your email for those who want it. – Steve Rindsberg Jun 27 '17 at 14:44
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You should use the backgrounds.cm generator.

Note the radio buttons below Apply background image to:

  • Full email body for the email background
  • A single table cell background for a single element within the email

I would include the code, but there are a few variations depending on what size options you want, so I'd advice to just use the website to generate the code.

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You must use HTML Hope to see the links below to help you

  • Hello Morteza, could you please explain a bit more what we'll find behind the link you provide and why it answers the question? That way, your answer is still of value in case the link breaks at a later time. Link rot is the main reason we really dislike link-only answers here. Thanks for your effort and keep contributing! – Vincent Jun 27 '17 at 8:02

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