Support » Plugin: Email Encoder - Protect Email Addresses » Garbled Placeholder Email – Ninja Forms

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  • Plugin Author Ironikus

    (@ironikus)

    Hey @lok1728 – Thank you very much for your message, as well as for using our plugin.
    Could you share a link with me where I can take a look at the issue directly?
    After, I will share with your further details.
    Thank you already very much. 🙂

    Thread Starter lok1728

    (@lok1728)

    Thanks Ironikus,
    Unfortunately, it’s a private site using AFFILIATEWP plugin with Ninja Forms for members only, so I am unable to share the link with you. It’s doing exactly the same thing as Gravity Forms per a previous post in the forums here. Is there other information that I can give you?

    Plugin Author Ironikus

    (@ironikus)

    Hey @lok1728 – Thanks for the feedack.
    Without seeing the code, I’m afraid I can’t do much since, in the previous message, it was related to the detection of brackets that have not been following the HTML standards.

    What you can do instead: If you can send me the code snippet from that specific part, I can take a look at it from within here.
    To extract it in the raw way (what I would need), please head over to your site, right-click it and click “View page source” – Within the page source, you will see the exact content on how it’s downloaded from the server – If you extract the code snippet from there, I can use it to locally debug the functionality.
    Thank you already very much.

    Thread Starter lok1728

    (@lok1728)

    Okay, is there a way I can send this to you via email or other? it’s a long bit of code.

    Plugin Author Ironikus

    (@ironikus)

    Sure, you can also reach us through our website http://ironikus.com/contact/ or by sending us an email at support AT ironikus.com

    Thread Starter lok1728

    (@lok1728)

    Great, sent you an email!

    Thread Starter lok1728

    (@lok1728)

    Update, per support I was able to remedy the issue.
    Within the advanced settings of our Email Encoder, you will find a setting under Protect… called “no script tags”. Please check this box, save the settings and give it another try.
    ​In some cases, plugins manually load email addresses within script tags, which then are published within HTML afterward.

    Thanks much!

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