We use Winward to generate HTML content for marketing emails. These mailers often have images included along with the text. However, some email clients block images in HTML that are embedded inline using base64 encoding. An alternative solution is to specify the source of the image as an absolute URL.
For example, the following inline embedded image:
<img src="data:image/jpg;base64, iVBORedghAAAfrdsdge=">
should be replaced with:
It would be great if Winward could support adding images specified by absolute URLs into templates.3 votes
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Dear Windward team,
the Java engine already has the ability to render PDF/A-1b compliant files. Would it be possible to extend it to other PDF/A conformance levels, mainly PDF/A-3?
Thank you very much!1 vote
The same way you can protect a PDF with a password, it would be great if we could do it for excel files too.
On your page https://ohana.windwardstudios.com/m/79484/l/1035755-how-do-i-use-maven-to-install-windward-java-engine-in-my-application#locate-your-settings-xml-file you state that the repository should be added to your settings.xml file. This is not convenient for teams, because settings.xml is personal (not stored in e.g. Git) and sometimes contains passwords or tokens.
Putting the repository in your project's pom.xml ensures everyone has the same repository (because this file is in Git) and prevents problems with new members.1 vote
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