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  1. I've been doing merges for years using the "Merge Mail" script. It is a handy tool. To date, when I wanted to include a url, I just had the url be part of the e-mail. Currently, I'm trying to send a note with a *lot* of links, and want to hyperlink the actual text. But I can't figure out how to do it! Searching the web has proven fruitless. Any FM gurus out there who can shed some light on this?
  2. I have 360 Works email configured to send an HTML email. I seem to be able to format the text okay using FM format. If I use a hyperlink as http://.... it will make a hyperlink - but even the send email native to FM (12 Advanced) will do that. If I try to hyperlink text, I am unsuccessful. Previous posts says to use HTML Tags, but I find it just shows the tags in the email. Example: " <a href="http://faithfulfox.com">Visit My Website</a>" It will just reproduct that line as it is typed. I need directions on how to hyperlink the text. Thank you.
  3. I use a hyperlink in Filemaker Desktop and Filemaker Go to open a specific record by ID in a database. The hyperlink is: FMP://<server>/<database_name>?script=<script_name>&param=<ID> Can this be done from IWP and if so what is the syntax? Thanks, AKSG
  4. Let’s see if I can explain this in a coherent manner. I am displaying fields in a table view of records in a php webpage. I need to hyperlink the values in the table with calculated values using other field values. Is this possible? And example of part of the code is: ... <?php $recnum = 1; foreach ($records as $fmrecord) { $record = new RecordHighlighter($fmrecord, $cgi); $rowclass = ($recnum % 2 == 0) ? "table_row" : "alt_row"; $recid = $record->getRecordId(); $pos = strpos($recid, "RID_!"); if ($pos !== false) { $recid = substr($recid,0,5) . urlencode(substr($recid,strlen("RID_!"))); } ?> <tr class="<?php echo $rowclass ?>"> <td class="browse_cell left"> <?php echo nl2br(str_replace(' ', '&nbsp; ', $record->getField('NT', 0) ))?> </td> <td class="browse_cell left"> <?php echo nl2br(str_replace(' ', '&nbsp; ', $record->getField('Track 1', 0) ))?> </td> <td class="browse_cell right"> <?php echo nl2br(str_replace(' ', '&nbsp; ', $record->getField('Track 2', 0) ))?> ... So what I need is that when it displays the records the value in field “NT” for instance, is a hyperlink that is calculated in "Field X" I am hoping this is easy and I think I have done it before, but my brain isn’t working due to lack of sleep. Help!!! And thanks.
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