emails sent from my galaxy note3 are not hyperlinking!
When I send an email that contains a web adresss from my galaxy note3, the Web address is not sent as a hyperlink. How can i fix this? Thank you!
Additional System Details
- User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Android; Mobile; rv:27.0) Gecko/27.0 Firefox/27.0
Some webmail sites may turn URLs into hyperlinks automatically, while others require you to click an icon and fill in a form. I haven't tried this on the mobile version of Firefox. Is there such a link icon for your webmail site? It usually would be on the same bar as formatting buttons such as bold and italic.
i tried all of the icons listed there to the right of the text window and hyperlink option is not available.
did type http:// before the link?
In some websites if a dont type hhtp:// before the link it doesnt know the link
Modified by Diego Victor
Which mail site is it? A volunteer who has an account on the site could take a look using Firefox for Android.
I'm using yahoo mail
http// is there and does not make a difference
I just sent an email from my GalaxyNote3 using yahoo mail with the following html link:
and the link worked. i.e. support.mozilla.org was a clickable link.
You are right that there is no rich text editor to easily make links on Firefox for Android. This is a web compatibility problem. If you feel you are technical enough please file a web compatibility bug by following the instructions at the following link: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Compatibility/Guide#Reporting_a_Web_compatibility_issue
if not, i will file a bug for you.
To be more specific, if I use my computer to open an email that was sent from my phone (note 3), the link is not hyper linked and this applies to my families computers as well as they called this to my attention in the first place. On the other hand if I open the same email using my phone the, link does appear as a hyper link. I'm assuming the phone has some web-link identifying software? not sure.
'''You are right that there is no rich text editor to easily make links on Firefox for Android. This is a web compatibility problem. If you feel you are technical enough please file a web compatibility bug by following the instructions at the following link: https://wiki.mozilla.org/Compatibility/Guide#Reporting_a_Web_compatibility_issue
if not, i will file a bug for you. '''
I took a look at this and felt a little lost.
Roland, thank you for following up on this before I was able to get back to it.
Messages I send from Yahoo's mobile mail site using Firefox for Android are in plain text format. There is no way to insert any kind of formatting or HTML in a plain text message. Most mail clients will "linkify" URLs found in plain text messages.
I don't see any options/settings to change the mail format.
For what it's worth, Chrome for Android gets the same compose page.
Modified by jscher2000
Sorry for the late reply. Jscher2000 is right as he is 99% of the time (thanks J!)!
Yup there is no rich WYSIWYG text editor on Yahoo mobile reply to easily create HTML links in both Chrome and Firefox for Android so there is no bug for me to file!