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If you get alot of email through your website, I know you're wishing more people would put something in the subject field. Or, Let's say you have more than one product or service on your site, you can place a link for more information by each product/service and know before you read them what is being requested. Here's how:
This is the normal mailto link:
<A HREF="mailto:email@example.com">Email Me</A>
To add the subject, simply add, &Subject=Your choice of subject here, after your address. The whole thing looks like this:
<A HREF="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org&Subject=Your choice of subject here">Email Me</A>
and produces this:
Thanks for this i didn't get it working but later i looked into it and its not &subject it's ?subject
Made it simple. Anyone can do it from here.
How can you get the subject to be filled in with whatever is in the page title tags.
It should be a ? - not an ampersand:
<A HREF="mailto:email@example.com?Subject=Your choice of subject here">Email Me</A>