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    Looking for help creating an email link from an image, using Dreamweaver MX.
    TIA

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    well, in the HTML form it would just be:

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    <a href="mailto:youremail"><img src="your image link"></a>

    If you want me to go more into detail, I'll try...

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    Would prefer not having to use code, just know DW software

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    I wouldn't know how to do it with DW, sorry man...

    My guess is that it'd be an option in the hyperlink thing...(I've only used DW once)

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    It's a good idea to learn HTML, it's a very easy language to learn, and it will help you in instances like these. However, to use Dreamweaver to put this in, do the following:
    1. Select the image you want to be a hyperlink.
    2. In the Properties box (CTRL+F3 if it's not visible), type "mailto:email@address.com" (w/o the quotes).


    After learning HTML, I'd recommend using Dreamweaver w/ the Code and Design view (View > Code and Design). The code and design view is also a good way to learn HTML; you can watch the code that your actions insert.

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    Thanks pal, about learning HTML, I have signed up for a course in September being offered by our union at work. I agree with you it will compliament my knowledge of DW

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    how about going to your local barnes & noble and picking up a book on html...you'll learn alot more, and won't waste time and money on a class. just a suggestion.

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    Learning a bit of code will definitely help you out, as there's only so much DW can do for you. The Code and Design view is an awesome way to learn HTML. Make something, check the code, make something, check the code. Good luck in your course!
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