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ScottishDuck13

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  1. Yeahhh not really looked at Javascript yet but looks like I might have to go down that route. Thanks for your reply, was just wondering if there was any simple way to do this.
  2. Hi guys, In my work we have to send texts to people through emails. The format needs to be +447123456789@sms.com (as an example). I have an HTML page with some helpful notes, links etc I keep open for quickness. What I want is to have a textbox on the page that I can type a standard mobile number into as '07123456789' and a copy button under it that will copy it as +447123456789@sms.com. So it needs to replace the '0' with '+44' and add the '@sms.com' on the end. I have seen it done before but can't figure out how. I know basic coding but I am better at tearing apart and rearranging to make it how I want than writing from scratch. Might be something really simple but I am just missing it! Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks
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