[Pro] Advertising Email

I’m wanting to create an email to send out to certain clients that when they open it the ad is right there. Not an attachment pdf or jpg.


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I used to make the maildocument in Freeway (use non overlapping elements).
When done upload via ftp, show it in Safaribrowser, cmd-i (‘mail page
content’) and it copies the code to your APPLE mailwindow and ou click send
when all is fine. Your html-mail will show up when the mail is opened by
your recipient.

http://studio.jihonation.com/2011/12/30/how-to-quickly-send-html-email-using-safari-and-mail/

But since Mavericks that option is whiped out in Safari, older versions
will still work.

There is an action:

You can use Chipmunk as your mailsender.

Success

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I’m wanting to create an email to send out to certain clients that when
they open it the ad is right there. Not an attachment pdf or jpg.


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But since Mavericks that option is whiped out in Safari, older versions
will still work.

Wrong. I used this Safari in Mavericks. I am using this in Safari in
Yosemite.


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My option cmd-i is gone with the wind Ernie, where did you find that option
under?

And thnx Todd, it was indeed Mailchimp, I shouldn’t answer mails at that
time of night :wink:

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But since Mavericks that option is whiped out in Safari, older versions
will still work.

Wrong. I used this Safari in Mavericks. I am using this in Safari in
Yosemite.


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On 8 Dec 2014, 11:57 pm, The Big Erns wrote:

But since Mavericks that option is whiped out in Safari, older versions will still work.

Wrong. I used this Safari in Mavericks. I am using this in Safari in Yosemite.

Hi Ernie, am still curious where I can find that option in newer versions of Safari. Can you help me out?
thnx


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Hi Ernie, am still curious where I can find that option in newer versions
of Safari. Can you help me out?
thnx

Certainly. In both Mavericks and Yosemite Safari, there is a Sharing Icon
(box with arrow going out of it) in the top of the browser window. In
Yosemite it’s on the top right side of the browser window -


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Hi Ernie,
thnx but it seems you think of something different. Its not about sharing,
thats indeed still possible. Its about ‘sharing page content’, not just the
URL of the page. Formerly there was an option (cmd-i) to mail the HTML
content.

Thats not available anymore. At least to my information.

regards, Andries

2014-12-10 7:55 GMT+01:00 Ernie Simpson email@hidden:

Hi Ernie, am still curious where I can find that option in newer versions
of Safari. Can you help me out?
thnx

Certainly. In both Mavericks and Yosemite Safari, there is a Sharing Icon
(box with arrow going out of it) in the top of the browser window. In
Yosemite it’s on the top right side of the browser window -
Safari - Email this Page


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Or do you perhaps mean this option continued in Mail?
http://finerthings.in/featured/safari-and-mail-for-mac-can-share-webpages-as-pdf-reader-view-and-more/

I’ll check it out

2014-12-10 8:58 GMT+01:00 email@hidden:

Hi Ernie,
thnx but it seems you think of something different. Its not about sharing,
thats indeed still possible. Its about ‘sharing page content’, not just the
URL of the page. Formerly there was an option (cmd-i) to mail the HTML
content.

Thats not available anymore. At least to my information.

regards, Andries

2014-12-10 7:55 GMT+01:00 Ernie Simpson email@hidden:

Hi Ernie, am still curious where I can find that option in newer
versions
of Safari. Can you help me out?
thnx

Certainly. In both Mavericks and Yosemite Safari, there is a Sharing Icon
(box with arrow going out of it) in the top of the browser window. In
Yosemite it’s on the top right side of the browser window -
Safari - Email this Page


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What I told you does share the html content… I sent you an example web page
off-list in a private email.

In case you did not READ THE LINK FROM MY LAST POST -

"Sharing box, upper right-hand of Safari browser window in Yosemite. In
Mavericks, I think it was on the left side. Icon in either is a box with an
arrow coming out of it. Make sure page has all styles internal (no external
stylesheets or scripts). Choose “Email This Page”. Page will open in Mail.
Choose “Send Web Content as Web Page” in Email.”

Repeating that last bit, "Choose “Send Web Content as Web Page” in Email”

and that is my final word in this thread.


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thnx Ernie. Ofcourse I read your link. Safari has changed its use by showing the options only after Apple Mail is opened (Mail must be your standardbrowser, I use Thunderbird)


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What I told you does share the html content… I sent you an example web page
off-list in a private email.
In case you did not READ THE LINK FROM MY LAST POST -
Safari - Email this Page
"Sharing box, upper right-hand of Safari browser window in Yosemite. In
Mavericks, I think it was on the left side. Icon in either is a box with an
arrow coming out of it. Make sure page has all styles internal (no external
stylesheets or scripts). Choose “Email This Page”. Page will open in Mail.
Choose “Send Web Content as Web Page” in Email.”
Repeating that last bit, "Choose “Send Web Content as Web Page” in Email”
and that is my final word in this thread.


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Mail must be your standard mailclient I mean…

2014-12-10 12:43 GMT+01:00 email@hidden:

thnx Ernie. Ofcourse I read your link. Safari has changed its use by
showing the options only after Apple Mail is opened (Mail must be your
standardbrowser, I use Thunderbird)


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On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 12:08 PM, Ernie Simpson email@hidden
wrote:

What I told you does share the html content… I sent you an example web
page
off-list in a private email.

In case you did not READ THE LINK FROM MY LAST POST -

Safari - Email this Page

"Sharing box, upper right-hand of Safari browser window in Yosemite. In
Mavericks, I think it was on the left side. Icon in either is a box with
an
arrow coming out of it. Make sure page has all styles internal (no
external
stylesheets or scripts). Choose “Email This Page”. Page will open in Mail.
Choose “Send Web Content as Web Page” in Email.”

Repeating that last bit, "Choose “Send Web Content as Web Page” in Email”

and that is my final word in this thread.


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