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encrypting email addresses


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Dragon

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need a little help, I want to encrypt my email addresses on my website so that crawlers can't use them to fill the email account with crap.

anyone know the process of doing this???

I used to know, but since I moved I lost most of my programming books, and I am drawing a complete blank on how to do it. :tazz:

the current "help" books out there don't cover this information, at least not that I can find.
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admin

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There are plenty of email obfuscators on the web, but I prefer the javascript method:

Electronic mail: <script LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
<!-- Begin 
user = "yourname"; 
site = "yourdomain.com"; 

document.write('<a href=\"mailto:' + user + '@' + site + '\">'); 
document.write(user + '@' + site + '</a>'); 
// End --> 
 </SCRIPT>

Just insert that on your page where you want the email address displayed.
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Dragon

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Thanks Admin
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