Why is my image not visible in my newsletter?

First check the file format and make sure you are using JPEG, PNG, or GIF for image attachments, instead of SVG.

If the logo is not showing in your newsletter, please check the format of the image. Most common cause for a missing logo is that the image for set as SVG. Scalable Vector Graphics(SVG) is a file format used for vector images that can be scaled without losing quality.
While some email clients may support the display of SVG images, not all email clients support it, and some may even block them for security reasons. Therefore, it's generally not recommended to use SVG images in email communications as it can lead to inconsistent image display for your recipients.
It's better to use widely supported file formats such as JPEG, PNG, or GIF for image attachments in emails to ensure that they can be viewed by all recipients.
 Here are the most commonly used image file formats for email, in order from best to worst:
  1. JPEG (or JPG): JPEG is the most widely used image format for email. It is a compressed file format that can reduce file size while preserving image quality, making it ideal for sharing photos and images via email.
  2. PNG: PNG is a lossless image format that supports transparency and is ideal for images with simple graphics or text. PNG files can be larger in size than JPEGs, but they offer better image quality and preserve more details.
  3. GIF: GIF is a popular format for animations and simple graphics. They support transparency and can be animated, making them ideal for sharing short animations or memes via email.
  4. BMP: BMP is a Windows bitmap image format that is not recommended for email due to its large file size and lack of compression. It is best used for high-quality printing and not for email sharing.
  5. TIFF: TIFF is a high-quality image format used in professional printing and graphic design. However, it is not recommended for email due to its large file size, which can make it difficult to attach and download.
Overall, JPEG is the best image format for email due to its balance between image quality and file size. However, the choice of format ultimately depends on the specific needs and requirements of the sender and recipient.