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Can you link a table in a html email

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Can you link an entire table and not the individual cells in an html email?
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by:Michel Plungjan
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What do you mean?
<table onclick="location='someplace.html'">

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Not sure you can do that in emails

You can make the table an image and link it as a regular link
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deegoy418 earned 500 total points
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it is possible only in HTML web page, email HTML code does not allow to make table in anchor (link)

regards
deepak
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I suggest delete.

Neither question nor answers have much value or are understandable
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