Thanks for the reply. I have a leaflet done already in PSD that they want to use on mail chimp, so I guess this means me using dreamweaver to convert to a HTML. I don't know any coding so notepad is a no. I need a simple and quick way! I'm guessing designing it the email in Mailchimp is going to be easier then?
You need to work out any 'slice' lines in Photoshop and then save 'for web and devices' making sure to include both HTML and images. Then change your paths for the images to include wherever you are intending to host them on the web and upload your HTML to MailChimp. Send a test email to make sure it all works and off you go. No need for Dreamweaver as you should use tables and inline styles for email shots. Try this for a quick guide; How to Properly Optimize and Slice Your Emails for the Web Like a Pro | Inbox Junky Hope that helps. P.S. Never, ever build a website this way :icon_wink:
Not that is going to be reliable enough for this or that mail clients aren't going to assume is spam. Can't you host them on your client's web server?
Hes a takeaway restaurant so no good! Can you host images on Dropbox? Sorry I'm new to this hence I haven't a clue! Thanks for your help :icon_smile: