Renfield Kuroda wrote:
> Ben Hutchings wrote:
> > What happens if a page has an <img> tag that uses a tel URL? Does
> > browser treat the image as broken, or does it behave as if the user
> > selected an <a> link to the URL?
> Depends on the handset. Some show the image, others the link, others
> html text...
I don't think you understood me correctly. I'm talking about an
image in a web page whose source is specified as a tel URL. The tag
<img src="mailto:..."> in a page causes IE to run the chosen mail
composer when the page loads. I'm wondering whether any i-mode
browsers would do a similar thing with <img src="tel:119">.
> > I thought that newer handsets would always display the number given
> > in a tel link and prompt for confirmation before actually dialling.
> > Is this not correct?
> Correct. That's most likely what the press release meant (or at least
> part of it.)
So I'm wondering, why is it only being announced now?
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Received on Thu Jun 14 06:52:33 2001