Support » Plugin: Email Address Encoder » Encoding Emails in Elementor Page Builder

  • Resolved yellowfellow333

    (@yellowfellow333)


    Hello,

    I use Email Addresss Encoder in all my projects and it works just fine.
    Now I have to support a website entirely built with Elementor Pro and there’s absolutely NO effect to the code.
    <a href="mailto:clear text"> as well as the plain text.

    Do you plan to support Elementor (or other website builders) or won’t that happen?

    The only ‘help’ I found so far was this:
    https://github.com/elementor/elementor/issues/5328

    And using a builder to then MANUALLY do that can’t be the solution – especially for the customer…

    Would be awesome if you had a solution here.

    Best regards

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  • Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    @yellowfellow333: Hey! Elementor doesn’t really use any of the standard WordPress filters that all other themes use.

    So you either need to set them up yourself. I think elementor/frontend/the_content is a good start, or you need to use the Premium version that bypasses filters.

    
    add_filter( 'elementor/frontend/the_content', 'eae_encode_emails' );
    
    Thread Starter yellowfellow333

    (@yellowfellow333)

    @tillkruess Thank you for these 2 solutions!
    Used the manual method to get done already but will check out your 2 asap, too.

    I still think, Elementor should deliver that functionality by itself – at least within the Pro version. Until that it’s another page builder downside.

    Best regards

    Plugin Author Till Krüss

    (@tillkruess)

    Sweet, I’m glad it’s working!

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