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Whats the mailto code that works in xhtml 1.0 strict

Posted on 2008-06-10
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Just wondering if the mailto code was different in css and xhtml than in html

can you write out and example that would work in css if i wanted to link and image to users mail program

<img src="somephoto">
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Hi there, to my knowledge, the mailto: syntax is still the same in XHTML. I did some Googling to verify this, and got the following page:

http://www.sizefactory.com/xhtml/xhtmlbasics.html

It appears to be the same syntax as HTML. You still should be able to contain an img tag within the a tag.

Hope this helps!
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