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How to Spread Awareness about CMN and Nevus Outreach


We want to help you spread awareness about large nevi and Nevus Outreach, Inc. The more people who know about nevi, the more champions we will have to help support research, educate others and help children and adults with nevi live happy, healthy lives. We have prepared a series of badges that you can use as email signatures, as avatars, or to a link to Nevus.org from your own website.

Other Ways to Spread the Word

It's easy... just open your mouth! Talk to teachers, talk to churches, talk to your neighbors and let them know about the wonderful things Nevus Outreach is doing.

If you have a child with a nevus, one of the best things you can do for that child is to educate the people they come in contact with. Teach them about what a nevus is. You could even point people toward some place that would describe in clear detail about a nevus... some place that is accessible all over the world... that is available 24 hours a day.... if only we knew of such a place! Oh wait! We do! Nevus.org is a fantastic educational resource!

Nevus Badges

You can right click and save any of the images below to use on your website, email or where ever you would like. Below each image, we have also included the code that you can drop into your Outlook Express email signature to add the image and a link to Nevus.org. If you use the code provided, there is no need to save the image.

These images have transparent backgrounds so they can be displayed any background you choose!

Instructions for Adding Images to your Email Signature

Basic Instructions for Adding Image and Link to Outlook Express Signature

Highlight the code located below the image you would like to use.

Outlook 2003 and previous:
In the signature editor, right click on the place where you would like the image to be, then click "paste" to insert the code you copied from this page. Outlook 2007 and 2010
In the signature editor, press the image icon and right click on the place where you would like the image to be, then click "paste" to insert the code you copied from this page. To maintain the URL reference to the picture in Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010, you must also use; Insert, Link to File

You can find more detailed instructions at: http://www.howto-outlook.com/howto/signatures.htm

Adding an Image to Apple Mail Signature

To add an image to your signature in Apple Mail, first copy the image by right clicking on the image of your choice below and selecting "Copy Image."

Next, in the Apple Mail toolbar select Mail, Preferences, Signatures. Next, right click in the area you would like to place the image and select "Paste."

When you close the Options window, your changes will be saved.

Unfortunately, there is not a built-in way to add HTML to an Apple Mail signature, so adding a link requires a work-around. You can find information on this by going to Google and searching for "adding html to apple mail signature."

Spread awareness about Nevus Outreach with these nevus badges
Code to be copy and pasted into Outlook Express Signature, or onto your website: <a href="http://www.nevus.org"><img src="http://www.nevus.org/images/user_images/ILoveSpots-Tag-trans.png" alt="Spread awareness avout Nevus Outreach" width="400" height="167" /></a>
Spread awareness about Nevus Outreach with these nevus badges
Code to be copy and pasted into Outlook Express Signature, or onto your website: <a href="http://nevus.org"><img src="http://www.nevus.org/images/user_images/ILoveSpots-sticker-trans.png" alt="Spread awareness avout Nevus Outreach" width="200" height="190" /></a>
Spread awareness about Nevus Outreach with these nevus badges
Code to be copy and pasted into Outlook Express Signature, or onto your website: <a href="http://www.nevus.org"><img src="http://www.nevus.org/images/user_images/ISupport-Tag-trans.png" alt="Spread awareness avout Nevus Outreach" width="400" height="135" /></a>

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