Re: Mail() problem
- From: Geoff Berrow <blthecat@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 00:30:42 +0100
Message-ID: <Krrdk.1246$bn3.499@trnddc07> from Twayne contained the
Message-ID: <LF8dk.1095$4a3.468@trnddc04> from Twayne contained the
Yuk - html only, in an email. That's just wrong.
¿HUH? lol, You'll have to forgive this neophyte, but that went right
over my nead!
Are you suggesting that it should consist of session variables or
something similar or what?
No, I'm suggesting you shouldn't use html markup in an email like
this. And you shouldn't use html without a plain text alternative
OH. Your response still feels very vague to me though, perhaps because
of my inexperience. I also may be taking your meaning too literal,
again as a result of my inexperience. I do wish to understand this
IF I understand properly, maybe this will help: That snip is
actually part of a <?php ... ?> tag sets with what I am pretty sure are
appropriate PHP entrances/exits within the code. I removed everything I
could that would still cause the same message to display and that's what
It's fine. I just showed you some alternative ways of doing it. Using
html mark up in an email is an entirely different issue. Not all mail
clients can display html and even if you do send an email marked up in
html you should always send a plain text alternative. Since this just
seemed to be a simple error report, I could not see the need for html
markup and so I removed it
Perhaps your "like this" is more meaningful than I place on the phrase
and you're really talking about a methodology?
Sometimes things can seem more complicated than they really are.
Geoff Berrow 0110001001101100010000000110
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