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  • Resolved eevangelization

    (@eevangelization)


    Hi, the website I manage is built with the Avada Theme by Theme Fusion. I’ve tried using the encoder short code. When I use it, my line breaks disappear. I tried entering breaks manually using the <br> tag on the html side, but no go. Also, should I be able to see the scrambled code when I inspect email addresses with the encoder short code? They don’t seem to change.

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  • Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    Aveda doesn’t use any of the WordPress filters and your only options are setting up their filters manually (their support team can help you with that), or using the Premium version that handles that for you.

    Okay, I’ll give that a try.

    Installed the premium plugin and it is working according to email scanners. The [encode][/encode] short code ignores line breaks. I have to use paragraph break tags to maintain some semblance of my preferred formatting, which adds extra space between lines…

    <p>Greg, [encode]555-555-5555[endode]
    <br>greg@greg.com<p>

    Displays as…

    Greg, 555-555-5555 greg@greg.com

    I have a hidden page I use to test things…

    https://stphilipfranklin.com/facility/

    Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    That’s how WordPress handles shortcodes and I sadly don’t have control over that. Have you tried using the the <shift>+<enter> line breaks?

    eevangelization

    (@eevangelization)

    No, but I thought of a cheat. If I leave the last number of the Phone number after the end tag of the short code, my line breaks work…

    Greg, [encode]555-555-555[/encode]5
    greg@greg.com

    eevangelization

    (@eevangelization)

    Oh, I initially used <shift>+<enter> for my breaks. When it didn’t work, I tried a break tag. Neither worked. Misread. Sorry

    eevangelization

    (@eevangelization)

    Hi. I’ve bought the professional subscription of Email Encoder. When I use your scanner, it doesn’t find any emails, but I installed the Google Chrome Email Extractor Extension, https://chrome.google.com/webstore/search/email%20extractor, and it was able to give me all the email addresses on the page scanned…

    Chrome Email Extractor

    Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    What encoding technique did you choose?

    eevangelization

    (@eevangelization)

    Looks like it was on HTML entities. I moved up to CSS direction doesn’t foil it either. I see that ROT13 encoding and Polymorphous ROT47/CSS requires JavaScript. Does that mean they might slow down the site because of JavaScript or that I need to enable JavaScript?

    Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    That users without JS won’t see the emails.

    eevangelization

    (@eevangelization)

    Moved up to Polymorphous ROT47/CSS. That did the trick. Thanks.

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