Jan 30 2008
We’ve written a lot of tutorials over the years and it continues to amaze me how they find and refind audiences. A tutorial will often take months to attract any attention from other sites while others will explode with page views right from the first day. Often times a tutorial that was big buzz years ago will enjoy a resurgence. It is my hope that I might cause just such a resurgence in attention for a tutorial that caught my attention quite a while ago and is still a valuable resource to me to this day.
Almost two years ago Melvin Rivera wrote a tutorial entitled Custom CSS Signatures in Mail. The tutorial details a method by which your cool email signature can contain an image without that image being included as an attachment. I’m sure there are ways that you could employ Leopard’s new email Stationery to do this and more, but having just demonstrated Rivera’s technique to a friend, I think this article opens possibilities up to a wider audience that may not be as comfortable with customizing Mail’s Stationery.
Revisit Custom CSS Signatures in Mail.