Upload the image to a folder on your server. The URL to the image will be...
http://www.domain-name.com/folder-name/image-name.jpeg or .png or whatever.
Wrap this in an anchor tag and past the code into a Snippet. Example...
Make sure you put the "1" in front of the area code like this - 18881234321
For mobile websites its also a good idea to have an email button which opens the default mail app on the device instead of a contact form.
The first is a button and the second a text link...
<a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Email Subject"><img src="icons/mail.png" alt="email me" style="width:40px;height:40px"></a>
<a href="mailto:email@example.com?subject=Email Subject">Email Me</a>
Thats a great idea.... i will try it out tonight.
not sure if you know or have an inside track on this but i have been reading that Apple is no longer updating I-Web... do you know if this is true? should be trying to learn a new software package for building my site? I-Web is very user friendly and i have not found anything yet that comes close. Just thought i would ask since you seem to know a lot about i-web.
iWeb is no longer being supported by Apple.
You can build an iPhone version of your site with iWeb and auto direct users to it...
However, the trend nowadays is to create responsive sites which work on all devices and you can't do that with a drag and drop editor like iWeb...
Some of the online site builders, like Wix for example, will also allow you to create a mobile version of your site. These do not produce good code and you are limited to the facilities provided.
The only alternative I can find in iWeb's price range is this one which also has the advantage of being cross platform...
This would save you the indignity of using an online site builder if you needed to update the site from a Windows machine.
That is what this whole thread is all about.
Try reading the thread and it actually tells you what to do and in the parts where it doesn't, there are links to websites that tell you what to do.
If I am not mistaken, Roddy has taken the time to explain what you need to do in great length and there are also links to his own website.