Today's "wow" weblinks post I have a list of sites which can encode your email address so that it can not be easily copied by spam bots, email sniffers and HTML E-mail harvesters. If you have a blog or website, this is a good way of protecting yourself from junk emails. If you do not have a web site or do not know what 'HTML' is, the encoder may not be of interest to you unless you want to show off as your email signature, in that case, you just need to copy and paste it each time you compose a message.
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Click on the highlighted words at the beginning of the sentence to go to the featuring site.in html stands for email@example.com
- MailCover provides this free service which hides your email address in a CAPTCHA image to help prevent spam email being sent to your email address. This dynamically created image never looks exactly the same, making it just a little harder for spam bots! Hide your email address in an image.
- EmailEncoder Form - This form will allow you to encode your e-mail address through the use of Character Entities, transforming your ascii email address into its equivalent decimal entity. Simply enter your regular e-mail address in the first text box, click the encode button, and then highlight and copy the resulting code produced in the second text box. This encoded e-mail address can be read and translated back into its original ascii text by almost any web browser without any further action on your part. Just replace all instances of your e-mail address on your pages with the code, and you won't have to worry (too much) about spam lists.
- Encoder - The HTML Encoder is a service of SiteUp Networks. The Encoder will format your E-mail address in a way that IS NOT readable by any E-mail extractor or search engine
- Avoiding the Spam-Bots - Various options on hiding your email as shared by Joseph Pelrine of MetaProg