How to set background image in Hotmail

Background pictures changes the look and feel of the message. Numerous email services give this facility to include a foundation picture with the email. In Hotmail, though this element is not accessible as a matter of course. So every time when client needs to set a picture as the background for his email, he needs to physically roll out improvements in the CSS code of forming the email. The following is the best approach to set a background picture with Hotmail email.

  1. Login to the Hotmail account.
  2. Go to the message composing section.
  3. Look for Hotmail Headings and click on the link “send email “.
  4. Now click on the option “Rich Text “and starting from the drop menu select “Alter in HTML
  5. In the text area that appeared, write the following code:

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The only drawback is each time if client needs a picture; he needs to change the picture address. Presently client can make the message and fill the to and from qualifications and send the message.

For any issue in sending picture as background then user can contact with Hotmail helpline number. The services are every minute of every day accessible and experienced technical expert are always there to deal with the issues successfully. And here you can get best solutions of your any type of Hotmail problems. So if you want any type of Hotmail help then you can easily connect with Hotmail contact number 0800 098 8424 and get best instant email help without any delay.

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If you want more about Hotmail service then you can visit this website www.emailcontactnumber.co.uk  here are many Hotmail services and solutions are available.

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