How do you show an HTML image in the notification content?


Recently, I’ve faced a technical blocker, which is about how to show an image in the notification content. As we all know, we can write HTML code in the notification content. What I write in there is: [img src=”” /][br]Some sentences…[br]

What I found was no matter whether I used the absolute path or the relative path in the [src], I could not see the [img]. There’s only a red “X” there. The [img] that I used was stored in our application server. But if I used an online [img], for example, http://s1.bwallpapers.com/thumbs2/2014/02/08/kittens-pic_094133316.jpg, then I was able to see it in the notification only, but still cannot see it in email. Is the way that I’m using the absolute/relative path wrong? Why can it be seen only in notification?

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One thought on “How do you show an HTML image in the notification content?

  1. Pingback: IV96454: Notification images do not show due to removed HTML tags – TRIRIGAFEEDIA

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