You came here when you clicked my e-mail link
You clicked the e-mail link and nothing happened
In the case of IE 5, I'm not sure if the issue is that I have a defective installation, or if it truly doesn't work in IE 5.0. My guess is that the problem was my particular installation, which is known to have problems (e.g. one day it decided all on its own not to allow me to set bookmarks anymore.).
I also had a problem with Opera 7.50, but I think it might have been something stupid that I did. Whatever, it's fine in the latest version, 7.54. That's a good thing because Opera is far and away the best browser.
To set up your e-mail preferences properly, you have to specify a base e-mail program (e.g. Agent, Thunderbird, Outlook Express) and then specify an address to your internet service provider's e-mail computers (an smtp address).
Or, you can always just e-mail me the old fashioned way, by sending an e-mail to webmaster[_at_]irfp[_dot_]net.to top
You were curious
I decided I didn't want to make it easy for spammers to find my e-mail address, so I removed it from my web pages. This is not a good idea per se. I believe that people who publish web pages should make themselves available for comments, praise, or abuse.
mailto link. But, when the spambots read my page, all they will read is
where, the variable mail is the string
mailto:and the variable me is my e-mail address. The variables are defined in an external script file (identified in my pages' headers) and are the concatenation of several subvariables comprising the various parts of my e-mail address.
<a href="Oops.html" onclick="parent.location=mail+me; return false;" class="bottomnav" title="e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com</a>
If you want to borrow this script, please feel free to do so.
Oh, by the way, I can't really take credit for any of this. I stole ideas from several sources to come up with my solution. I should give proper credit if I could remember who the bright people were from whom I borrowed so shamelessly.to top
You are lost
If you got here by mistake, all I can do is say I'm sorry. The links at the bottom will take you to several of the other pages on this site.
If, for some reason, you're desperate for something to do, you can always check out my own personal pages. They are a rather an eclectic mix of things ranging from travels to Japan to dogs to religious topics to mp3 downloads....to top