Easy way to create Email signature in Gmail with images and HTML
That is by straight enabling some features in google lab Canned Responses and Inserting images.
First you need to go to settings and lab, enable canned responses and Inserting images.
Just go to compose mail, there you can see Canned Responses just below Subject field and insert image icon on formating bar.
Next create your signature as you want. To include images go to the image icon in formating bar where you can upload the image from your computer or you can give the link, after finishing your desired email signature save it using Canned Responses giving some meaningful name.
Now any time you compose new email you can just go to canned responses and insert the signature.
You can create multiple email signature as you need.
Here is a screen shot of gmail email signature with images and HTML that I have created.
HTML email signature is not automatically included when you send email, this is the tricks which can be done as email signature. Every time when you compose the email you need to insert the signature through Canned responses selecting the desired signature.
Here is a video showing how to create HTML email signature in gmail from labnol.org Read more…
Do you know that HTTPS (Secure HTTP) and VPN (Virtual Private Network) are the more secure way to browse the internet? And do you know what exactly happen behind the scenes when you browse the website with HTTPS and VPN?
Here are two resent video in youtube by privacy team of Google, where they are trying to explain the technical things in simple English, that what happen when you browse website or use internet using HTTPS or VPN.
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HTML4 came out more than a dozen years ago, when the web was just a toddler, and it is in serious need of spiffing up. HTML5 introduces new elements and attributes, including <nav> for navigation and <footer> for the bottom of a page. The elements <audio> and <video> will provide additional media functionality. Some old elements, including <font> and <center>, are being dropped in favor of cascading style sheets (CSS). In addition, HTML5 specifies new application programming interfaces (APIs) for drawing, offline storage of data, document editing, and drag-and-drop functionality.