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How do you create a Submit page that has email link to it?
please, please help me

 6:45 pm on May 25, 2010 (gmt 0)

I had to create a website for my OCR coursework. i have managed to create everything except a submit page that has email link inside it. Basically i had to create a feedback page in my website and in that feedback page my teacher said that there has to be a submit button and when he clicks on the submit button, it should take me to some where he can email. i have so far created everything everything in the submit page including all the text area, text field and stuff like that.

BUT i am really finding it hard to create a SUBMIT button that has email link to it.
this is the script for my webpage:

FOR SOME REASON I CAN'T PASTE MY SCRIPT. it says that "YOU have an error with one or more of Style Code tags : 1

SO CAN ANYONE PLEASE HELP ME TO CREATE A SUBMIT BUTTON WITH A EMAIL LINK. i am using dreamweaver CS3. i also have dreamweaver 8 in my computer. whoever does it for me, i will be forever in your debts. :)



 6:35 am on May 26, 2010 (gmt 0)

If all he wants is an email link, this will do it:

<a href="mailto:you@yourmail.com">Email me</a>
[substitute your actual email address]

A link whose href starts with "mailto:" will open the user's email program when clicked.


 6:40 am on May 26, 2010 (gmt 0)

If he wants to see an actual submit button rather than a link, just put a button style input inside the link instead of text. When the button is clicked it will do the same thing:

<a href="mailto:you@yourmail.com"><input type="button" value="submit" /></a>

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