You can add the HTML link code shown below to your website to make a phone number on a website a clickable link that prompts to dial on smartphone mobile phones and devices, or prompts to add the number to the phone's address book.
Clickable smartphone link code:
The following link can be used to make a clickable phone link. You can copy the code below and paste it into your webpage, then edit with your phone number. This code may not work on all phones but does work for iPhone, Droid / Android and Blackberry.
Phone number links can be used with the dashes, as shown above, or without them as well as in the following example:
It is also possible to use any text in the link as long as the phone number is setup with the "tel:18475555555" as in this example:
<a href="tel:18475555555">Click Here To Call Support 1-847-555-5555</a>
Below is a clickable telephone hyperlink you can check out. In most non-phone browsers this link will give you a "The webpage cannot be displayed" error or nothing will happen.
NOTE: The iPhone Safari browser will automatically detect a phone number on a page and will convert the text into a call link without using any of the code on this page.
Wtai smartphone link code:
The wtai or "Wireless Telephony Application Interface" link code is shown below. This code is considered to be the correct mobile phone protocol and will work on smartphones like Droid, however, it may not work for Apple Safari on iPhone and the above code is recommended.
<a href="wtai://wp/mc;18475555555">Click Here To Call Support 1-847-555-5555</a>