Home Guides Glossary

Outlook 2007 Incorrectly Displaying Image Captions for Emails

This is an interesting issue that's isolated to Outlook 2007. The 2007 version actually has limited HTML support and uses a proprietary Word rendering engine to display HTML. Whereas other versions of Outlook tend to use Internet Explorer to render email.

Adding a caption below any small image in a mixed Text & Image module causes an issue where the caption actually jumps above the text, instead of displaying correctly below the image.

There are two ways around this issue.

  • Include the caption as part of the image, and not as separate text. You can do this in any image editing program, or use PicMonkey online.
  • Simply do not use a caption for the mixed module images. Since the large full-size image captions display fine, you could consider re-arranging your design to use the full size images, instead of the mixed module images.

Domain Registration

Pay less for website domain names. Register your own .com, .net or .org for as low as $10.18 per year. We have everything you need to get online with your new domain.

Website Builder

For as little as $3.89 per month you can build your Website online with Website Builder using our easy to use professional templates. Play Video - Demo

Quick Shopping Cart

Build and run your own successful online store in minutes. You're just five easy steps away! Shopping Cart works with Google® and eBay® Play Video

Website Hosting

Everything needed to give your website the high-performance home it deserves.  Protect transactions and secure your customer's data with a SSL Certificate

Copyright © 2005 - 2017. All rights reserved. Privacy Policy