Enigma

Description

Enigma encrypts text on demand and decrypts it on client to avoid your email
address and any other sensitive content caught robots.

Use short code [enigma]…[/enigma] to encrypt any content of your post.

Samples:

  1. [enigma]content I don’t want search engine to catch.[/enigma]

    The content inside engima tag will be encrypted and search engines
    get nothing.

  2. [enigma text=”Hello World”]Actual Text[/enigma]

    Search engine will only see “Hello World” but normal user will see
    “Actual Text”.

  3. [enigma text=”Click here” ondemand=”y”][/enigma]

    A clickable instruction “Click here” is shown, and after user clicks it,
    the text will be replaced with the .

  4. [engima text=”Reply and see” ondemand=”replied”]Content that is not visiable until reader replies.[/engima]
    The content will be invisible to user, until he/she replies. This feature
    is compatible with WordPress caching plugins.

Installation

  1. Install Engima from WordPress website.

  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

FAQ

What browsers does Engima support?
All major browsers, including but not limited to, Chrome, Firefox,
Internet Explorer, Safari, etc.

Reviews

Nice Plugin

I really like this plugin. I currently use it on two sites and it blocks everything that I want it to.

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Contributors & Developers

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

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Changelog

2.7

Fixed usage of shortcode_atts.

2.6

Allow embeded shortcode.

2.5

Multiple type of encoding.

2.4

  • Actually integrated with Google Analytics.
  • Enigma now fires a ‘Enigma:Changed’ event on document, after hidden content are displayed.

2.3

  • Integration with Google Analytics. If you have GA enabled at your blog, Engima
    now sends an event when user clicks a Engima clickable link.

2.2

  • Add an experimental feature that content requires user to reply to see.

2.1.3

  • Performance improvement.

2.1.1

  • Slightly improved performance.

2.1

  • Rewrite of core functionalities.

2.0

  • Add new attribute ‘ondemond’.

1.8

  • Remove document.write for infinite scroll.

1.7

  • Update to WordPress 3.9.1

1.6

  • Remove client JS.

1.4

  • Bug fixes.

1.3

  • Bug fixes.

1.1.1

  • Fix small bug on handling ascii code.

1.1

  • Optimize internal logic.