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Does Any One Know Java


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bennydog

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I Want The Java Script For An Special Email, Which When The User Clicks it the Subject And Possible The Text In Side Pops Up Here Is An Example If Confused :tazz: (DONT WANT IT TO SAY 'Email Button file:///c:/Documents')

<script language="JavaScript">
function EmailLink(){
window.location = "mailto:"+"?subject=LINK EXCHANGE." + "&body="+document.title+"  "+window.location;
}
document.write('<input class="select" TYPE="button" VALUE="CLICK HERE" onClick="EmailLink()"></form>')
</script>

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It won't say that once it's online. It will say yoursite.com/folder/page.html.
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It won't say that once it's online. It will say yoursite.com/folder/page.html.

I Know I Dont Want to have it say that as well!
Is it possible for it to say e.g
(Blah Blah)
Instead Of All The Other Stuff
:tazz:

Edited by bennydog, 25 June 2005 - 09:38 AM.

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Fixed it :tazz:


<script language="JavaScript">
function EmailLink(){
window.location = "mailto:"+"?subject=Benny Dog On Geeks To Go...";
}
document.write('<input class="select" TYPE="button" VALUE="E-mail Benny Dog" onClick="EmailLink()"></form>')
</script>

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Thx :tazz:
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this is java script not java, there is a VERY big difference...
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sok bennydog, TONS of ppl mix them together.


I am editing this today cuz the above comment sounds different than i meant it to sound.
What i meant by the above comment is not that ppl mix the code together,
but ppl confuse the two..haha..big difference..

Edited by ssone, 11 July 2005 - 07:00 AM.

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