March 3rd, 2000, 11:28 AM
Is it possible to post via email, a url to a
webpage, without the full url string to
The url link - "http://www.hugvit.is"
would become a hotspot like
"Please click here to go to Hugvit.is"
March 3rd, 2000, 11:35 AM
Sorry, but you lost me on the "post via email, a url to a webpage." What do you mean by that?
Do you mean can you send a URL in an email and have it print an HREF tag instead of the actual URL? If so: It depends on the reader's email reading program. If you put in an email, for instance
<A HREF="http://www.hotlinecentral.com">Click here to visit Hotline Central</A>
This may or may not be interpreted in the way you wish. If a person uses a text-based email reader, there are never any clickable links in a message and the reader will always see the entire link/URL. If the reader is using something like MS Exchange, that person might see Click here to visit Hotline Central as a clickable link.
It is mail-reader dependent.
[This message has been edited by TroutMask (edited March 03, 2000).]