|This form will allow you to
encode your e-mail address through the use of Character
Entities, transforming your ascii email
address into its equivalent decimal code.
1) Enter your e-mail address. (Note you will have to put: 'mailto:' up front of the actual address to use it as the actual link. As in 'mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org' .)
2) Click on the 'Encode Your E-mail Address' Button.
3) Completely highlight and copy the resulting encoded address.
4) Paste that code into the webpage code anywhere you find your e-mail address.
No extra spaces, quote marks, semi-colons, etc. are needed.
The code is an EXACT replacement for the actual e-mail address placed in HTML code.
What will happen?:
The non-encoded code: <a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a>
But when you encode it, the source code would look like:
and (in either case) the result would be: email@example.com
There are some really fool-proof methods to make it very difficult for the spam robots to gather addresses.
Actually it's a pet-peeve of mine.. I create websites that are anti-spam. They virtually need a human to decypher the code to reconstruct the email addresses. -Ron
|Hey, Thanks Mike Y. !|