Support » Plugin: Email Address Encoder » Two encode blocks inline in a text widget

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    I have a text widget at the top of my page that holds a single line of text which includes a phone number and an email address.

    I have this in the widget:
    [encode]+1 767 123 7890[/encode] [encode][/encode]

    The plugin is set to html encoding.

    The phone number is fine, the email address displays garbage, lots of raw code with &, # and numbers (I don’t know how to post the output here without it getting translated into something it does not look like).
    If I look in page source, I see what I think is misformed encoding like starting with #&# or &&#.

    The theme I’m using is “Responsive”. The only other plugin I have running at the time is Polylang. All at their latest versions.

    Polylang might be significant, because the widget the above is in is bilingual through polylang. If I insert the same code in a regular page, it works fine.

    It only goes wrong in the second encoded element on the line.

    Thanks in advance for any insights.

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