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Siebel Marketing can perform a special processing task for HTML-based emails and Web treatments. A URL address entered directly into the body of an HTML template, such as http://www.mycompanyname.example.com, is not recognized as a hyperlink by the HTML parser. The generic HTML syntax for a hyperlink is:
The link includes both the URL and the anchor, which is the text or image that appears in the template and links to the URL. Thus, to create a link to the URL http://www.mycompanyname.example.com and display the Web site as the text in the message, you must enter the following:
Using this method, Web treatments, response forms, and product items are replaced differently in HTML templates from the way they are replaced in text templates. The following list describes the default method for processing hyperlinks:
These default methods for processing hyperlinks in Siebel Marketing can be modified. You can put an asterisk (*) before the tag to tell the application that you are manually defining the hyperlink format in the HTML body. The asterisk tells the application not to create the hyperlink.
In this case, Siebel Marketing replaces the Web treatment with the proper URL but does not create the HREF syntax. You can then create a Web treatment link, product item link, and response form link with any text or picture you want.
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