RE: [NH] RE: email
- Hi Joe:
The Compendium has some notes on mailto at www.htmlcompendium.org
--> html tags --> <.a>nchor tag --> href and scroll down a bit until you
see mailto:. You'll notice under the "Links List" a link to "mailto
argument Notes." Read the whole section because there are ramafications
beyond the link.
At 09:55 AM 11/6/02 +0100, you wrote:
> > Once I establish an email link on a web page how do I make
> > that available in
> > email?
> > Is there a setting that needs to be changed or do I create a
> > new setting and
> > how do I do that?
>I'm not sure if this is what you're after but if you want to open an
>email-client by clicking on [george.bush@...] in a webpage you should
>make a link first:
>Please note that I changed < and > into [ and ] because Yahoo may filter out
>the correct tags.
>In NoteTab you can easily create this link by selecting your email-address
>and clicking the email-icon in the HTML-2 clipbar or by selecting
>MailTo in the html-library (it is under Anchor Elements).
>If you want to add a subject-line to the email being sent you should add
>"?subject=This is the subject" right after the address.
>I'm not sure if this is a universal solution but you can insert (a part of)
>the body as well by adding "&body=This is the body".
>Hard returns in the body are inserted by "%0A".
><a href="mailto:george.bush@...?subject=This is the subject&body=Hi
>George,%0A%0AThis is the body">george.bush@...</a>
>Example with tag-markers replaced:
>[a href="mailto:george.bush@...?subject=This is the subject&body=Hi
>George,%0A%0AThis is the body"]george.bush@...[/a]
>PS. This is not for sending email from the collected user-input of a webpage
>Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
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