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THE ARRAY BLOG

Installing An Email Signature In Outlook 2007 Or Newer

Andrew Powell, Junior Developer
You’ve just got your fancy, newly designed email signature from Array, but now what? If you’re using Outlook 2007 or newer, you may not be sure how to upload and attach your signature into your software. Unfortunately, Microsoft removed the Rich Text Editor for Outlook 2007, where you could directly place your code.  So now what do you do? Not to worry, we’ve got you covered. Though a little trickier than before, the process is still pretty straight forward.  Opening Your Signature in the Browser and copying to the clipboard: The first thing to do is to open your email signature in your browser of choice ( e.g; Chrome, Firefox, Safari , and etc). You will want to make sure you have downloaded the HTML file to your computer; once it has downloaded, simply double-click on the file and it should open up in your default browser.  In the browser window, click and HOLD DOWN the left mouse button. Drag the mouse cursor over your email signature until the whole thing is highlighted, as shown below. You can also use the Select All keyboard shortcut (CTRL+A for PC, CMD+A for Mac). Once the email signature is completely highlighted (images and text),
Installing An Email Signature In Outlook 2007 Or Newer
APR 27 / 2015

What You Should Know About Google's Mobile-Friendly Policy

Carrie Brisson, Digital Content Coordinator
More and more people are discovering and researching businesses on their mobile devices, and those numbers are on trend to keep going up. If your website doesn’t currently respond to different device and viewport sizes, there’s a good chance that the idea of responsive websites and mobile optimization has been in the back of your mind. You know it is something you should get on “one of these days”, but it may not be at the top of your list of priorities in your day to day. You may be thinking, “My website works just fine; I’ve even had some SEO and I’m ranking pretty high in search results, so I should be good for a while yet, right?”  Especially within the last month or so, the answer to that question has changed. Google is by far the most used search engine, with approximately 90% of the current market share. In fact, as our everyday language has evolved so that the term “googling” has become synonymous with “web searching”. Google puts in a lot of work to make sure that, when you’re searching, the results you get are relevant and tailored to you.  This is important to keep in mind as Google has announced that it will start giving
What You Should Know About Google's Mobile-Friendly Policy
APR 22 / 2015