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  • Hi there,

    Just installed the Email Encoder. Very usefull and seems to work great for e-Mail addresses.

    I’m newby in WP and Elementor and I want to encode phone numbers. I’ve seen that the solution is to use the following code

    [eeb_protect_content]<a href=”tel:+33628741739″>Call Me</a>[/eeb_protect_content]
    <a href=”tel:+14123815500″>Call Me</a>

    My question is simple : where do I put this code into the Elementor interface for example for an icon list ?

    I tried to put it directly into the “link” field … but then it is not encrypted and the link links to my web site…

    Sorry to ask…

    • This topic was modified 4 months, 3 weeks ago by nic01a5.
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  • Plugin Author Ironikus


    Hey @nic01a5 – Thank you very much for reaching out, as well as for using our plugin. 🙂
    By default, you can include the code into every field that supports shortcodes.

    Here’s an example we have used in the past, which will definitely work for phone number links:
    <a href="tel:[eeb_protect_content method='encode']+441234567890[/eeb_protect_content]">[eeb_protect_content method="encode"]01234 567 890[/eeb_protect_content]</a>

    Please note that if the shortcode is not visible anymore within the frontend, the protection works. We encode some of the parts as entities, so you must check against the page via the source code view to see if it works. 🙂

    Feel free to let me know if you have any further questions.


    I am having the same problem with phone numbers.

    What works well is the auto protect for emails. Can we just include the tel: link with the mailto: links?

    This would be the best solution and would work very well with elementor.


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