Creates an email link from the shortcode [emailme] that spam bots don't find. Has clever parameters for convenience...
Creates an email link from the shortcode [emailme] that spam bots don't find. By default it uses your wp admin email but you can specify as parameters either: - 'name' (for the first portion of the email before the @ symbo) - 'addr' for the full email - 'display' for what the link should actually display in between the tags.
If your wp-admin panel email (check your General Setting panel) is: email@example.com then Examples: [emailme] => firstname.lastname@example.org [emailme name='dave'] => email@example.com [emailme firstname.lastname@example.org'] => email@example.com [emailme display="info at freedomonlineservices dot net"] => info at freedomonlineservices dot net (but linked to the actual email!) Note you can also set the 'display' option to an image tag if you use single quotes.
Requires: 3.0.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Active Installs: 100+
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