However, if they are too large, you might not be able to add them as attachments to your messages as your email client will strip them before sending the email. The alternative is to use Image2HtmlLite, a nifty app for embedding your pics in HTML files that are much smaller than pictures.
Drag and drop the images you want to embed
Once you have installed the application to your PC, you need to drag and drop the graphic files you want to integrate within an HTML document.
Considering you do not need to access complicated menus or windows in order to select your source pictures, it goes without saying that the app can be used even by those who do not have expert computer skills. The loaded pic will be instantly previewed in the dedicated panel and you can proceed to adjusting it as you see fit.
Modify contrast, size and brightness of the embedded image
Image2HtmlLite offers you the possibility to tweak and enhance the appearance of the image until you are completely satisfied with it.
More precisely, you can alter the brightness and contrast levels, then preview the changes in real-time, while also resizing its width and height by simply using your cursor to move a slider.
Save and share generated HTML, CSS or XML files
At this point, users with expert programming skills can start modifying the contents of their newly-created files with additional line of code. If you are not interested in this, you can go ahead and save the files, then share them via email with your friends.
All in all, Image2HtmlLite can help you quickly embed your pictures within HTML, CSS, XML, XHTML or BASE64 files that can be shared via email without any problems.
Reviewed by Giorgiana Arghire, last updated on August 12th, 2014
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Application descriptionImage2HtmlLite will embed your image directly into an HTML file. You don't have to link to an external file, and those...