> The method is called "Base64" and it is the picture data encoded > as ASCII text which the browser or email client will turn back into > a picture. This is so no binary attachment needs to be included. > It's complicated.
On Fri, Nov 8, 2013 at 4:31 PM, Bhairitu <noozg...@sbcglobal.net> wrote: > Your prairie dog picture isn't really embedded as part of the post > because it is a link to the picture on your site. My picture is embedded > in the post as code. Usually with Thunderbird and HTML is enabled there is > a button that says "Show Remote Content" but with Empty's post the other > day it showed a picture without that button being clicked. I checked the > email source and it was encoded in the post (or email). The method is > called "Base64" and it is the picture data encoded as ASCII text which the > browser or email client will turn back into a picture. This is so no > binary attachment needs to be included. You can look up the technique on > the web. I had to implement it recently for a client who wanted to send > out emails with images embedded. > > These techniques didn't used to work with Yahoo Groups so they are opening > things up a bit but perhaps sorting out how to make it work which may be > why it sometimes does and sometimes doesn't. I'm crossing my fingers but > they appear to have Yahoo News with the Neo interface keeping the selected > location (they got all kinds of complaints about that). > > > On 11/08/2013 02:09 PM, Richard Williams wrote: > > > Prairie dog herbivore - genus Cynomys. > > [image: Inline image 1] > > > On Thu, Nov 7, 2013 at 9:12 PM, Bhairitu <noozg...@sbcglobal.net> wrote: > >> Three big pigs: >> >> >> > >