HTML Changes

Discussion in 'HTML' started by anuragsji, Apr 12, 2006.

  1. anuragsji

    anuragsji Guest

    Hi,

    I am making one HTML page and put some book marks like for example

    <A href="#News_and_Links">News</A>

    when I open this page in IE then it is opened correctly but I want to
    send output of this html page via email. For this when I click new mail
    and format is HTML (Microsoft outlook) and paste it and send it. The
    Receiver is not able to click on that bookmark because some random text
    is added automatically before starting #News_and_Links
    That is like below
    <A href="outbind://299/#News_and_Links">News</A>

    Please let me know how can I remove that text ( for example
    outbind://299/ )

    Thanks in Advance
    Anurag
     
    anuragsji, Apr 12, 2006
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  2. anuragsji wrote:
    > Hi,
    >
    > I am making one HTML page and put some book marks like for example
    >
    > <A href="#News_and_Links">News</A>
    >
    > when I open this page in IE then it is opened correctly but I want to
    > send output of this html page via email. For this when I click new mail
    > and format is HTML (Microsoft outlook) and paste it and send it. The
    > Receiver is not able to click on that bookmark because some random text
    > is added automatically before starting #News_and_Links
    > That is like below
    > <A href="outbind://299/#News_and_Links">News</A>
    >
    > Please let me know how can I remove that text ( for example
    > outbind://299/ )
    >


    Because the link's URL <A href="#News_and_Links">News</A> is referring
    to a document that is NOT public on a website but to a local file
    associated with your Outlook, it is similar when folks try to send a
    file that sits upon their own Desktop by attaching a shortcut to the
    file in their message instead of sending an attached copy. You have two
    choices here, either attach a physical copy of the HTML page in question
    or upload page to a public webserver and send links to the page in your
    message.

    --
    Take care,

    Jonathan
    -------------------
    LITTLE WORKS STUDIO
    http://www.LittleWorksStudio.com
     
    Jonathan N. Little, Apr 12, 2006
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