Thursday, April 30, 2009

Use of arbitrary HTML in Gmail signature block.

If you have been wondering about when Google will get around to accepting arbitrary HTML in Gmail signature blocks, look no more! There is a published solution, on the web, but with one constraint: 
You have to use Firefox as your browser. A web developer named Chris Pollock has made that publicly available as a Firefox add-on.
I have started using it, and love it. Don't you relish the ubiquity, and hence the shareable characteristic, of the Internet?


  1. On June 8, Google published their own integrated solution in a blog post titled Rich text signatures.

  2. Yes, the Gmail specialized bolster experts know the significance of time, and that is the reason they have confidence in giving the snappiest conceivable specialized backing to all Gmail clients over the globe.