Upload the complete cryptex folder (WordPress Plugin) to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
Go to Settings -> Cryptex Obfuscator. In the System Info section the first 3 items should be green (GD Lib installed, GD Version, PNG Support) - if not, you cannot use cryptex until you or your hosting provider install the GD library with enabled PNG support. At this time it is normal that fonts avaible and system font path are marked red.
After checking your environment (GD installed) you have to set your systems font path - save these changes. if the path is invalid try another one or upload fonts into the /wp-content/plugins/cryptex/fonts/ directory and use this as font path
Now - all items should be marked green, this means cryptex is ready for use.
Go to the bottom of cryptex settings page and select the font-family, font-color and font-size like the styles in your theme
You can also use your own/special fonts uploading them into the /wp-content/plugins/cryptex/fonts/ directory and use this as font path
That's it! You're done. You can now enter the following code into a post or page to protect email addresses: [cryptex]email@example.com[/cryptex]
Requires: 3.0 or higher Compatible up to: 3.2.1 Last Updated: 2011-9-12 Downloads: 2,024