Hope this makes the posting, this is my first try. There is a lot of
concern on the Netscape 2 sendmail "function", 8),that follows and I'm
interested in it to.> I noticed, while loading a web page, that there
was a mailto: URL active
> (using the "Easter Egg" Ctrl-Alt-T popup to see active URLs). Sure enough,
> after I cancelled that and examined the source, I saw something like this:
> <body onLoad="document.mailme.submit()">
> <form method=post name="mailme"
> action="mailto:nasty @
> <input type=hidden name="hi" value="there">
I have verified that it works, like alot of you and put it on my home
page to show me how mayn people are connecting to my home page. The
email address above has been corrected by me to send to the right
address. The input name and value are "=" to each other. Also I have a
input name of many words and the message has the "+" instead of spaces.
A "/" wasn't/?can't? be passed through so that stops? html code from
being sent back in the message.? Would like to find this out. The
Email client, itc Netscape 2.0, says it is
What other x types is Netscape testing with?
What other Easter Eggs are there out there?
ctrl-alt T Url list box
ctrl-alt F Amazing Fishcam
ctrl-alt Spacebar Some kind of page down function
Easeter Eggs are nice at Easter time but if you forget where one is it
will remind you at a later time. imho.