Sometimes when entering an e-mail address into a post it turns blue and bold, and the recipient can click on it and be connected without typing any or all of the characters. Sometimes it does not, and I would like for all of them to work that way.
That depends on what program you're using. If you're in an e-mail program then it should happen automatically. Here in the forum you need to hit the little icon that looks like a stamped envelope, third one in from the left in the row of icons above. That creates the tags that turn the e-mail address into something clickable. There are spaces inserted here to make the tags show up so you can see them: [ email]firstname.lastname@example.org
Does GOOGLE'S search engine count the ones that don't turn blue when evaluating a website as to classification? (I understand that they assign a number from 1 to 10 to determine whether to admit that the website exists or not)
I have no idea what Google does; it never occurred to me to wonder.
I have the choice between using FIREFOX and OUTLOOK EXPRESS, does it make any difference in this respect?
Firefox is a browser, Outlook Express is an e-mail program. They both do totally different things. The e-mail equivalent from the people who make Firefox is Thunderbird
. I far prefer them to the Microsoft alternatives (IE and OE).