According to this page, 給 usually precedes the verb.
On this page, it says 給 sometimes follows the verb, and often these exceptions are single-syllable verbs.
1) Is there a list of these exceptions somewhere? If not, are there suggested rules for knowing when 給 should follow a verb instead of precede it?
2) The two pages lists conflicting examples for 發. One example lists 發 as preceding the verb; the other lists 發 as following the verb.
Preceding: 请 把 那些 照片 都 发给 我
Following: 我 给 你 发 了 一 封 邮件
Is there a mistake in these examples, or can 發 both precede and follow a verb? If both, when does it precede and when does it follow?