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Anyone know if there is a way to create a hyperlink in a web page that when clicked by the user will open their iChat or AIM software?

 

thanks

Jonathan

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Adapt this simple code to suite:

 

aim:goim?screenname=matt.hoult@mac.com&message=Hello+Are+you+there?

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Sorry to bring up an old topic, but this does not work in iWeb! What am I doing wrong?

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Sorry to bring up an old topic, but this does not work in iWeb! What am I doing wrong?

 

You would have to link it with HTML so the full code to adapt would be:

 

<a href="aim:goim?screenname=matt.hoult@mac.com&message=Hello+Are+you+there?">Talk</a>

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Sorry to bring up an old topic, but this does not work in iWeb! What am I doing wrong?

 

You would have to link it with HTML so the full code to adapt would be:

 

<a href="aim:goim?screenname=matt.hoult@mac.com&message=Hello+Are+you+there?">Talk</a>

That did not work either. It keeps linking to livepage.apple.com

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Looks like you will have to insert the code yourself, it doesn't want to know in iWeb through the GUI.

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Looks like you will have to insert the code yourself, it doesn't want to know in iWeb through the GUI.

How would I do that?

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you must use another program that will allows you the edit the code. iweb is weird and doesnt let you edit it directly.

 

then again i think you are outa luck because you cant put it back in to upload with iweb to .mac, if it is on a page that is not like a blog you and doesnt need to be changed you could always upload it directly to your .mac account.

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