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    mailto subject

    does anyone know how to attach a subject to a mailto email.

    Our support department needs to know when a query from the website comes in. So it would attach the subject automatically

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    Hi euan, welcome to the forums.

    To add a subject to an email you just have to add a ?subject to the code.

    example:

    a href="mailto:ahfb@ahfb2000.com?subject=the subject of the email here"

    good luck,

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    how many daves are there here

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    I have been looking for the answer to this question for about half an hour. I just stumbled across this place. As the SiteAdmin for our church it is very important that I keep the "job" as low budget as possible. Thanks for the free tips.

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    Hello Don, welcome to the forums.


    ...and I will not say a word about how the spurs are getting ready to whup the mavs

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    So, they win by a 3-pointer.

    Speaking of the Midwest Division... looks like the Mavs and Spurs are kinda tied as of this moment.

    Got a question that I haven't found an answer for yet.

    I am trying to create a calendar on my website that will dynamically update. I have the calendar (I used a simple table). I would like the church secretary to be able to click on something and update it using a password without a lot of hassles such as editing my HTML document and FTPing it up to the site. I am a notepad person myself (I actually use a program called KEdit). I do have MS FrontPage on my computer, although I have never actually opened the program, if that can actually help me, even though I would rather not have to install FrontPage extensions on our website. I prefer to get “down-and-dirty” in the code and I am pretty sure there is a java script out there that I haven’t run across yet. I am a mere amateur when it comes to this stuff, however if you look at the http://www.epworthtx.org
    church website, you will see that typing out the entire HTML is a big learning tool by itself.

    I really appreciate any and all suggestions to this little problem I am having.

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    I too have been in search of a decent calendar script for a site I am doing for the Special Olympics High School Division, I have checked www.hotscripts.com they have several perl scripts, but none that would fit my specific needs. I have not looked at the php scripts as of yet.

    You never know though they may have just the script you are looking for.

    good luck,

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