Hi there kids! In this section we
would like to show you step by step on just how easy it is to put images into your e-mail. This would be a
wonderful way to impress your friends, and also to show everyone just what you like! For this tutorial we will
be using 3 graphics..a background, an animated image,
and a teddy bear line. You can also use just plain color backgrounds. Check out what colors you can use for backgrounds and text by going here.
Let me show you the example I've put together for you
This is the background we will be using for our
the animation we will be using for our tutorial.
inally we will use this teddy bear line to complete our tutorial. Now onto the fun part!
The first thing you will need to do is become familiar
with your signature box, as this is where you will be
placing all the "codes" in for your images. To find
your signature box, first click on the "mail" button on
your keyboard. then on the left-hand site, there is a
"settings" button, click on that. This will take you to
another screen which you will see the word "signature".
Click on this button.
Here are some actual pictures of this process:
you have clicked on "signature", you will see a gray
box. This is appropriately known as your "sig-box".
Your codes will go in this box. the VERY FIRST code you
need to put in your sig box is this
is an example:
code first thing in sig box
next part we will add is our background image. We will
add this code to our sig-box. right after the <<>html>,
no spaces allowed!
Here is the code:
An example of this
would look like this:
will place our animated dancers and our teddybear line
in our sig-box. To do that we will add these 2 codes
example of the finished sig will look something like
codes I used in this tutorial I used to make my work a
little easier, but here I will give you the code in its entirety so you may use it as you like:
Just copy and paste it into your sig box!
To put just a plain background color and text in your e-mail sig, you would use this code:
<<>body bgcolor="color" text="color">
You can still use images in your sig, just as shown above with the printed background.
We hope you have enjoyed this tutorial, and we also
have some more "pre-made" sigs
for your e-mails. We also hope to provide you
with links to kid-friendly graphic sites so you may
choose other designs for your liking.
Visit the ADWH Kids Zone