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It isn’t hard to put a HTML email connection on your site page however it can cause superfluous spamming issues for your email account. There are individuals, who can run projects to reap these sorts of messages and later use them for spamming in different manners. 

You can have another alternative to encourage individuals to send you messages. One choice could be to utilize HTML structures to gather client information and afterward use PHP or CGI content to send an email. 

A basic model, check our Contact Us Form. We take client input utilizing this structure and afterward we are utilizing one CGI program which is gathering this data and sending us email to the one given email ID. 

Note: You will find out about HTML Forms in HTML Forms. 

HTML Email Tag 

HTML <a> tag gives you the choice to determine an email address to send an email. While utilizing <a> tag as an email tag, you will utilize mailto: email address alongside href quality. Following is the language structure of utilizing mailto as opposed to utilizing http. 

This code will create the accompanying connection which you can use to send email. 

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<title>Email Link Example</title>
</head>
<body>
<p>Contact Us</p>
<a href =”mailto: support@booklet.today”>Send Email</a>  
</body>
</html>

Output:

Contact Us

Send Email

 

Presently, if a client clicks this connection, it dispatches one Email Client (like Lotus Notes, Outlook Express and so forth ) introduced on your client’s PC. There is another hazard to utilize this alternative to send email in such a case that clients don’t have email customers introduced on their PC then it would not be conceivable to send email. 

Default Settings 

You can indicate a default email subject and email body alongside your email address. Following is the guide to utilize default subject and body. 

This code will produce the accompanying connection which you can use to send email.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<title>Email Link Example</title>
</head>
<body>
<p>Contact Us</p>
<a href =”mailto:support@booklet.today”>Send Feedback</a>
</body>
</html>

Output:

Contact Us

Send Feedback

 

 

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