Wordpress Plugin: Simple Mail Address Encoder
Automatically encodes every e-mail address on posts, pages and sidebar widgets to prevent spam. Simply decodes any previously encoded e-mail address by just clicking the mail link.
The simple mail address encoder finds every linked e-mail address in posts, pages and sidebar widgets and encodes these to prevent the mail address owner from being added into a spam list by spam crawlers searching the web for unsecured mail addresses.
This plugin does not have any graphical user interface – just activate it in your WordPress backend and let it do its job.
Installation and configuration
- Unzip and upload the "simple-mail-address-encoder" folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
- Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
- Make sure your theme uses the wp_footer() function
- Enjoy automatically highly secured e-mail addresses in your posts, pages and sidebar widgets without doing anything!
Frequently Asked Questions
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Version 1.3 – Release 14.11.2010
- Added e-mail address encoding for comments
Version 18.104.22.168 – Release 03.08.2010
- Minor bug fixes
Version 1.2.1 – Release 03.07.2010
- Added support for linked pictures (when a picture is the mail address link)
Version 1.2 – Release 14.06.2010
- Added e-mail address encoding for sidebar widgets
- WordPress 3.0 ready!
Version 1.1 – Release 02.06.2010
- Attributes of the <a> tag like class="", id="" or style="" won't be ignored any longer
Version 1.0 – Release: 31.05.2010
- First public release