How to add image to email signature

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I'm trying to figure out if it is possible to add an image to my Yola email signature? I just want to show our company logo beside the signature. It doesn't need to be a link or anything. I've gone to the area where you can add a signature option, and it only gives me a box to type in. There is no "upload a graphic" or even a spot to enter some code. Can someone let me know if this is even possible, and if so, what are the steps I need to take to add it?

Just a note: I did upload our logo to a website and tried to right click it, save/copy, and then paste it into the signature field, but it just added a link... no image.
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Laura Thomas

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I just replied to the post you left in another thread, but I'll go ahead and share the information here as well.

You can add an image to your signature by using HTML. Here's how:

Log in to your Yola Mail account.
Under "Settings", click on "Mail".
Select the "Signature" tab.
Copy and paste this HTML code below where you'd like your logo to appear (e.g., next to your existing signature):

<img src="">

The URL of your image file in Yola will look like this:
If you have stored your image in a folder within your File Manager, you will need to add that folder to the URL and it would look something like this:
Remember to replace "" with your site address, "folder" with your folder's name and "image.jpg" with your file's name.
Check the "Enable Signature" tick box.
Click "Save".

To view these changes, create a new message and your logo will be displayed in your signature.
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Kaleb Penner

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How come when I do this, the hyperlink shows up in the signature when I send it, but not the image itself?
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Laura Thomas

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Hi Kaleb,

It sounds like there could be an error in your code. You can copy it here for us to take a look at if you'd like.