If you've ever tried to align an image with text in the Toolbox, you've probably managed to make it look great only to receive a much different looking result in Outlook or other email clients.
Well, Web Services is happy to announce a permanent solution! There are only two basic requirements: a suitable HTML editor (Dreamweaver is preferred) and a basic understanding of HTML (required).
To begin, open up Dreamweaver and start a new HTML page. Clear everything out of the page so it's entirely empty (to do this, you'll need to use "Code" view in Dreamweaver). Then, click on this link and copy out the text from that page into your open Dreamweaver file.
Code View in Dreamweaver
***NOTE*** However many times you paste the text into Dreamweaver determines many rows you'll generate. So if you need five rows, paste the text into Dreamweaver five consecutive times.
Now, switch to the "Design" view in Dreamweaver and view the generated page.
Design View in Dreamweaver
The images *probably* won't show up in this view. That shouldn't deter you as Dreamweaver tends not to like externally linked images.
To replace the default image (seen above), click on the grey box and change the src.
Image Source in Dreamweaver