Have you considered using a <hr /> horizontal rule in your code? Drop it into HTML view wherever you want the line. I think (haven't tried it, though) that you could use inline styles to modify or recolor the line.
If you have a website and server access, you can store additional images on your own server and put the path to the image in the insert-image box. That's what I do, and it works great! I only use Constant Contact's image hosting for buttons, logos and things I use over and over.
Brian, I got the impression you are trying to create space between two blocks. My insertion technique does that.
You can also simply insert the horizontal graphic in the same block with your text and not use any addition blocks at all. I guess without seeing an example I'm doing a bad job visualizing your dilemma.
I would like to send out my own html document with CC but cannot see any option... Can anybody guide me?
Regards from Spain
Creating your own emails requires a knowledge of HTML. Inserting an image is standard HTML. Unfortunately HTML cannot be posted here. I have posted it here. http://forum.eblastforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=12
If you uploaded the graphic to your library, go to your library and select the graphic you wish to use from the "Image Name" column. It will show in a small graphic representation in the right. Right click the little graphic and select properties. A small window will open, look for the line that says " Location", it will look like this http://origin.ih.constantcontact.com/fs002/1102622079121/img/yourgraphic.gif That is the link code to your image in the CC library. Putting that code in a graphic link will render the image directly from the CC site. Hope that helps.
No. The closest you can come is to create it in HTML/XTML and copy it from revision to revision. You would also need to populate it outside of CC using your choice of HTML editors. The only folks that can make a permanent template is CC and it doesn't come cheaply for most budgets..