On 07/25/09 07:18, Rick Merrill wrote:
> Mark Hansen wrote:
>> On 07/25/09 07:03, Rick Merrill wrote:
>>> Mark Hansen wrote:
>>>> On 07/25/09 06:11, Rick Merrill wrote:
>>>>> Mark Hansen wrote:
>>>>>> On 07/22/09 15:37, Rick Merrill wrote:
>>>>>>> How do I compose email in HTML?
>>>>>>> Compose & Send keeps asking for html or text
>>>>>>> but any html code I put in the email shows up as  text
>>>>>>> no matter how I choose to send.
>>>>>>> In particular, I want to try sending a google voice
>>>>>>> icon in the email: click and it phones me!
>>>>>> Rick,
>>>>>>   If you have SM configured to compose in plain text format (see
>>>>>> Edit -> Mail & Newsgroups Account Settings, then under Composition
>>>>>> & Addressing under your account, look at Compose messages in HTML
>>>>>> format) you can just use Shift + Click on the compose button to
>>>>>> compose *that* message in HTML format.
>>>>>>   Next, look at Edit -> Preferences -> Mail & Newsgroups -> Send Format
>>>>>> and see if it's doing what you've selected there.
>>>>>> Does this help?
>>>>> I can send HTML but I want to add my own html code to
>>>>> the result.
>>>> Are you saying you can't edit your message in the built-in HTML
>>>> editor? Do you have 'Compose in HTML format' selected?
>>>> Are you sure you're not getting the HTML editor?
>>> Right. I DID just discover the "insert HTML" button (in SeaMonkey)
>>> so I'm getting closer to inserting the following opject.
>>> <object type="application/x-shockwave-flash" 
>>> data="https://clients4.google.com/voice/embed/webCallButton"; height="85" 
>>> width="230"><param name="movie" 
>>> value="https://clients4.google.com/voice/embed/webCallButton";><param 
>>> name="wmode" value="transparent"><param name="FlashVars" 
>>> value="id=79a9ec0809c84ba3bc9cc...30&amp;style=0"></object>
>>> But what would be real nice is to have this 'object' in a sig 
>>> (signature) file.
>> HTML is just plain text with special mark-up. Just put the HTML in your
>> signature file and away you go. Why is this not working for you?
>> In fact, you can use any editor you like - you don't have to use SM.
> It appears that SM mail Reader is not ready for, or I am missing the 
> <head> info to do 'shockwave-flash'.
> Are there any newsgroups that permit test postings in html?

How about mozilla.test.multimedia?
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