Re: [OLmws] E-Mail Link
- Terry,No problem.I should point out, however, that if your document is on the web and not only an intranet, you'll be vulnerable to spambots culling email addresses from mailto links. That is why I generally prefer offering form-based email, as in the overlibmws support documents. Once valid contact has been made by someone via the form, normal email exchanges can be used thereafter via replies to the received messages.Fote------- Original Message -----From: birchmoreSent: Saturday, July 30, 2005 5:02 PMSubject: Re: [OLmws] E-Mail LinkThanks Fote, this is obvious now you have pointed it out, but I
needed it pointed out.....
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Foteos Macrides" <fote@m...>
> You would simply have your document's text invoke a sticky overlib
popup, and in the popup's main text area have a link whose href uses
the mailto instruction.
> Take a look at:
> for examples of sticky popups, as models into which you could
substitute a mailto instead of http URL.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: birchmore
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Saturday, July 30, 2005 12:29 PM
> Subject: [OLmws] E-Mail Link
> I'm wanting to use overlibmws to create a pop-up over a block of
> saying "Send email" with a clickable link within the pop-up box
> will send an email to me (perhaps using the mailto
> this possible and, if so, how do I do it.
> Thanks for your help.