Img to CSS is a free web application which lets you convert images to HTML/ CSS format. This could prove to be very useful when emailing, as email clients do not block HTML/CSS images.
This free Img to CSS converter creates an HTML table with colored cells to convert an image. Usually email clients look for a image tag in a mail to block them from being received by the recipient. By when you convert an image with Img to CSS it does not contain a image tag in it and therefore is not blocked by email clients.
Images that are converted using Img to CSS are larger than ordinary images. So you need to be careful about the mail size that you are sending. As the email client will clip your message if it becomes too large.
Also for using this free image to CSS converter, you will have to register and open an account with the website. They allow you up to 5 free conversions, after the initial 5 conversions you will have to pay for this service.
By now you gave understood that if you convert a image using Img to CSS it will not be blocked by any email client. Img to CSS can convert all main image types, and if you are converting transparent images, then the transparency of the images if retained.
You can also check out our article on how to add HTML to Gmail.
Images converted using Img to CSS display perfectly in all popular email clients. It has a neat compression algorithm that makes the HTML/ CSS image as small as possible. Also you get the option to specify a custom background color when converting transparent images.
Img to CSS is a very useful web application and lets you keep images in your email instead of being clipped. So go ahead and give it a try.