Adding an HTML signature with .jpg in iOS6

Discussion in 'iOS 6' started by robdam1001, Sep 24, 2012.

  1. robdam1001 macrumors 6502a

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    NVM; I figured it out......I just copied an existing HTML siggy from my iphone and pasted it into the Signature creation area. Love it
     
  3. jonnykanzen macrumors member

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    But how do you get the picture to show?

    When I try this the image (although it pastes successfully) when I write an email appears as a box
     
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    I'm having the same problem. I can paste it in the signature box but it doesn't show when it is emailed out. Tried it on my iPad and 4S.
     
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    Soooooo what HTML code did you use in order for that picture to show up?
     
  9. arkoh, Sep 26, 2012
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    Im joining this discussion, since things are really working strangely for my part with the Html Signatures in iOS 6!

    First time I tried to copy an html signature into the signature field in settings on my iPhone 4S, it somehow worked out, and I can now send emails with my normal Outlook signature! BRILLIANT! But when I now try to access the signature field in settings, the settings app crashes, and when I now try to do the exact same with my iPad2, copy my normal Outlook Signature, its NOT working!??

    Btw. I have tried the same with adding a Jpg picture to the signature, and it shows up perfectly in settings, but as a blank square when I then try to compose an email!???

    Anyone got a glue as to whats going on!??
     
  10. Dapsol, Nov 5, 2012
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    i had to go through the entire registration process, captcha, mail verification just to reply.... for all the googlers:

    First, this is what i did to make the signature work in the Mountain Lion Mail app: http://mydesignpad.com/create-a-html-email-signature-for-mac-os-x-mountain-lion-10-8/

    Then, send yourself an e-mail, and open this e-mail on your iPhone. You should now see the signature.

    Now, the trick is "how do you select the signature in your e-mail when you copy it".

    You have to copy it in a way that you see a cursor before the signature and another cursor after the signature. Just as if you'd copy a word of text (and NOT as if you'd copy an image).
    Then click copy, and paste that in the settings -> signature.

    For me this works, in IOS 6.0.1 on iPhone 5.

    Good luck and have fun =)
     
  11. oliversl macrumors 65816

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    Thanks for the link, it helped!

    My last question is: your image is hosted in some website? Or is embedded in the html as MIME?

    I have done some test with embedded images and it does not work, so I assume your image in the signature is hosted somewhere.

    Regards,
    Oliver

     

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