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Pixeline's Email Protector

Write email addresses without worrying about spambots and email harvesters.

Usage

Write your email addresses inside your posts and pages as usual. If the plugin is activated, it will replace them by a human-readable html string that explains how to deduce the email address, and if javascript is available (99.9% of the time), the original email address will be displayed as a mailto: link. For example:

Hello john@doe.com. How are you today?

will become

<span class="pep-email">John( replace these parenthesis by @ )doe.com</span>

.

Additionally, you can specify what the mailto: link should look like by sticking a parenthesis inside of which you put the visible link text, like this:

Hello john@doe.com(John Doe). How are you today?

will become

<span class="pep-email" title="John Doe">John( replace these parenthesis by @ )doe.com</span>

.

inside a theme

If you need to protect emails inside your Theme's files (like the footer.php for example), you can use the function safe_email() like this:

echo safe_email('you@domain.com');

Requires: 2.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.4
Last Updated: 6 months ago
Active Installs: 2,000+

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