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  • Creating an email link in HTML

    I'm trying to convert some type within my page into an email link.
    I have the code but it's not working.
    I've tried taking the code and type out of it's original place and putting it on it's own in a new document. And it works.
    So I'm thinking the reason why it's not working may have something to do with it being within a class i have created when styling the page.
    Any idea why this is???

    Just incase you need it, here's the code;

    email: <a href=" e Your Site Information"></a>

    Thanks, Tom

  • #2
    any Kind of help would be much appreciated. i really can't work out why it's not working.
    I'm quite new to dreamweaver, as you can probably tell. haha
    Last edited by teqbra; 07-16-2009, 09:20 AM.


    • #3
      The code as you've written it here is correct. Whatever the problem is, it must be somewhere else. Incorrectly nested tags or missing out the closing > on a tag could possibly cause it.


      • #4
        just gone through the code and there is nothing missing.
        However, I've noticed that when i remove the class from it, it works. But obviously it isn't displayed how i want it to be.
        Any idea why this may be happening?
        Surely it has something to do with the class?



        • #5
          sorted it
          thanks for the help!


          • #6
            Please post what you solution was for future reference.
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            • #7
              haha, well I don't know why this worked, but I just removed the class that was applied to the link, and the link then worked. Not sure why this worked but it did


              • #8
                That makes no sense as the style has nothing to do with the functionality. do you mind posting your style?

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