Well, you've read the tutorial and tried sending
yourself an e-mail using html...and...it did'nt
work!...now what??!! Well, don't worry. It
happens to the best of us.
I can't tell you how many times I've written lengthy
e-mails using html, only to have it not work because
I've done something stupid like forgetting to use the
opening <HTML> tag.
Listed below are some of the most common mistakes
people make using html:
opening <html> tag.
This one speaks for itself. Double check and make sure
it's the first thing that you've written in your
e-mail. And make sure you put nothing before it, not
even a single space, or else the code won't work.
Some of the most common mistakes with spelling include:
Scr instead of Src and igm instead of
img. You get the idea. Make sure that any commands, attributes and values used in your tags are spelled correctly.
Remember, when using the url for an image,
or midi file, there are no spaces. The only exception
being when attributes are added to the tag, in which
case you would skip only one space between the
url and each attribute.
Some urls are case sensitive, meaning you must
type them exactly as shown. This would include any
Well, these are just a few of the more common mistakes
that we all make. Keep practicing by sending e-mails
to yourself. For a test bed that you can use to try
out your html, click here.