Thanks for info, i had a look at the tutorial which was very interesting.
I have not used these methods and am not sure how to go about inserting such a line as below (which the tutoral indicates as one of the simpler tasks)?
If i can get a handle on how to insert this type of line i could achieve the rest. Can you help me out?
<a href="mailto:email@example.com">Contact Us</a>
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You should not use the HTML tags, just the mailto string itself.
Thanks for the fast reply,
I tried testing the example:
"mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?body=First Paragraph. %0A%0A Second paragraph. %0A%0A Third Paragraph etc."
However it still puts it all on one line... reading between the comments does suggest that some email programs haven't started supporting multiple paragraphs in email links which is kind of important as I will have no control over clients.
Any way it's good to know what my options are. Thanks for your help.