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EMAILProtect

Description

EMAILProtect hides a normal e-mail string (e.g. “info@domain.com”) by editing the HTML code.
This does not effect the outcome as the normal user sees it, but it make’s it impossible for
web crawlers to locate the e-mail address.

Most crawlers these days are “non-javascript crawlers” (to speed up the crawling process)
which means that almost no crawlers can see the re-written e-mail addresses – even though
it looks just the same for the regular user.

If you look in the source code of you WordPress page, with this plugin activated, you will see
a JavaScript (e.g. <script type='text/javascript'>plug_emp('3;4;1;6#cominfo1domain');</script>)
where it’s supposed to be an e-mail address.

Changelog

1.5.8

  • Added support for second level domains (SLD) with a dot (e.g sub.domain.com)
  • Better support of “mailto:” links
  • Minor bug fix

1.5.7

  • Works with all surrounding HTML-tags
  • Change “mailto:” links
  • More cryptic changing method

1.5.3

  • Minor bug fix

1.5.2

  • The problem with more than one e-mail address on one row is solved
  • The HTML-tag BR is added as a accepted surrounding tag.

1.5

  • E-mail addresses surrounded by a link will be correctly rewritten.
  • More accepted surrounding tags
  • Possibility not to rewrite every tag is made
  • Simple bugfix

1.4

  • First stable version

Contributors & Developers

This is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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