Last Updated: December 29, 2017
· jentanbernardus

The Enkoder Form

Posting your email address on a website is a sure-fire way to get an inbox full of Spam. The Enkoder helps protect email addresses by converting them into encrypted JavaScript code so only real people using real browsers will see them.

The Enkoder Form will encrypt your Email address and convert the result to a self evaluating JavaScript, hiding it from Email-harvesting robots which crawl the web looking for exposed addresses. Your address will be displayed correctly by web-browsers, but will be virtually indecipherable to Email harvesting robots.

Although the Enkoder should help to reduce Spam, no solution is perfect. The only way to truly prevent Spam is to never publish your address at all, ever, anywhere.


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Nice, tought i prefer this method:


<span class="text--reverse">moc.liame@esrever</span>


.text--reverse {
    unicode-bidi: bidi-override;
over 1 year ago ·

That's a good one, I rarely see tips about Right-to-left languages.
Thanks for your input! ;)

over 1 year ago ·