Can you insert images into a table?

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Can you insert images into a table?

Note: This topic was created from a reply on the Is there a way to have two columns and one column underneath in the same campaign... topic.
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Brandi Leath

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Not via drag n drop. However, just upload the image to Emma, get the URL, then add HTML code to the table where you want the image.

<img src="path-to-image.jpg">
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Brandi Leath

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nice!! Thank you!
This might be a silly question, but how to I get the URL of the image once it has been uploaded to the Emma library?

Thanks!
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Just go to your library and find the image you want to use, click the little down arrow icon on the right, and select "Copy this image URL." Then you can just paste that URL into your code!
Thanks very much, Matt!
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Hello, I have tried the suggestion above and I don't see "the little down arrow icon on the right" to select "copy this image URL." I see this was a reply posted a year ago. has it changed? how would you go about doing this now?
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Hi! This hasn't changed; here are the steps for finding this:

1. Go to your Campaigns page, and click the Images button.



2. Find the image whose URL you want, and click the downward-pointing arrow to the right of it, where you'll click Copy this image URL:



I hope this helps!
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thanks! major achievement. got the image in the cell, but it's huge. is there a way to get it to view smaller - much smaller?
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Hey there -- to adjust the size of your image in that cell, you'll need to specify those dimensions in the image URL. Here's an example: 

<img src="full URL here" alt="My Image" width="480" height="480" border="0">

If you have any trouble implementing that, just point me to the mailing you're working in so that I can hop in and take a look!