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Email Me

Description

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: info@freedomonlineservices.net then
Examples: [emailme] => info@freedomonlineservices.net
[emailme name=’dave’] => dave@freedomonlineservices.net
[emailme addr=’someoneelse@somewhereelse.fake’] => someoneelse@somewhereelse.fake
[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.

More docs at http://freedomonlineservices.net/resources/homegrown/emailme-wp-plugin/
Live examples at http://www.freedomonlineservices.net/pluginshowroom/emailme-plugin/

Installation

  1. Upload emailme.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Put [emailme] in your posts

FAQ

Can I use my shortcode in a widget?

Yes, just add this to your functions.php: 🙂

add_filter(‘widget_text’, ‘do_shortcode’);

Contributors & Developers

“Email Me” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.0

First release