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  • Embedding Images In Email

    With the well known growth in image blocking by email clients, some customers have been looking for alternatives to linking web based images into HTML emails. Some years ago, image embedding used to the standard way images were included in emails. It differs from linked images in that the image itself is actually encoded, and included inside the message. So once you have downloaded the email, you are not reliant on a web connection to view the images, because you have it all locally. It sounds perfect, except for a big increase in email size vs downloading just the HTML and then the images afterwards. We get asked fairly often why we don't allow image embedding to work around image blocking. Our position ('It is not worth it for the cost in filesize) has been based on testing done some years ago, before image blocking was so common. So we though it was time to update our test results.Testing embedded images in email Here's the recipe for creating HTML emails with embedded images:Take one HTML page, with your text content and CSS Grab an image you want to send embedded ...

    Posted at September 20, 2011 | By : | Categories : Solutions,Update | Comments Off on Embedding Images In Email
  • Secrets of Successful Websites Part 3

    The trick is in satisfying all of the different requirements of a website at the same time, and delivering excellence in multiple dimensions. Consider that a web site is a multi- dimensional object. Two dimensions of each page are seen on the screen at any one time, and multiple screens will describe the third. Unseen by the user, but just as real is the code behind each of those screens than makes motion, navigation, and the like possible. But there are other, abstract dimensions which are even more important: the interaction and chemistry between the website and the users, and between the web page and the search engines. These chemistries are abstract because, though they are very real and important to the success of the site, they are created by the physical objects mentioned in the beginning, in conjunction with the perceptions of the users and the search engines. These comprise the website experience. The real magic comes in manipulating the real dimensions to attract the right viewers, and create the right experience to induce them into buying your product. The success factors for dealing with search engines are exactly opposite those required by the ultimate viewers ...

    Posted at September 20, 2011 | By : | Categories : Solutions,Update | Comments Off on Secrets of Successful Websites Part 3
  • Access Your Computer Remotely

    There are lots of reasons why you’d want to access your PC remotely, and luckily there are also plenty of ways to do so. Crossloop is one of the simplest (it’s also free), but for those willing to venture further, you’ve got lots of options.Excuse us while we get technical for a second. This list is divided into four main sections: VNC (Virtual Network Computing), NX, remote desktop and cross-protocol. If those terms mean nothing to you, you might want to skip to the “other” section for the most straightforward applications. That said, let’s begin. VNCAjax VNC – Clientless VNC solution in the web’s favorite programming language. Apple Remote Desktop – Apple’s jumped on the remote desktop bandwagon with this great VNC server built right into OS X. Chicken of the VNC – One of the most popular VNC clients for OS X under the GPL. DirectVNC – UNIX client using the framebuffer device via DirectFB. FVNC – Great VNC client written in Flash. That’s right, Flash. MetaVNC – This unique client/server package merges the host and remote desktops together into one Windows or Linux desktop. .NET VNC Viewer – C# viewer that works ...

    Posted at April 16, 2011 | By : | Categories : Solutions,Update | Comments Off on Access Your Computer Remotely
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