Full site protection for your email addresses from spam-bots, email harvesters and other robots. No configuration needed.
Also supports foggy.email and protects phone numbers or any other text using our integrated
This plugin is fully integrated with foggy.email to protect your emails on the next level.
Foggy Email allows you to create protected emails to hide your real email address. In combination with Email Encoder, it will create for each email on your website a protected email address to hide your real one.
Example: firstname.lastname@example.org will be converted to email@example.com – Your website visitor will see firstname.lastname@example.org on your website instead your real email. Once they send an email to this address, it gets automatically forwarded to your inbox.
We offer you a free tool to test if your website contains unprotected emails. You can use our website checker by clicking here
After activating the plugin all email addresses on your website will be protected out-of-the-box.
We also offer custom shortcodes and template functions to protect phone numbers or other text.
Pluginsin the Admin menu
Email Encoderand click ‘Install Now’ or click on the
uploadlink to upload
You can test this in three different ways.
The easiest (and most efficient) way is to use our website checker, which looks over your website and detects unprotected emails. It is completely free and you can find it here on our website.
The second possibility is to enable the plugin option (in the admin panel) called “Security Check”.
When you are logged in and look on the page there will be a icon on the right side of each email address confirming it was successfully encoded. (This counts only for emails that are displayed within the body tag as HTML. Emails within data attributes or the header won’t show this icon since otherwise the site breaks.)
The third possibility is to check the source code yourself by right-clicking on the page and select View Source Code (the exact text depends on the browser).
Now your (real) source code will be shown. Your email address should not be shown in a readable way in the source.
Important: in the element inspector of the browser the email address is nearly always shown, so don’t worry about that. That is because the inspector shows a real time representation of the page. This means an encoded email address is already decoded and made usable for the visitor of the page.
All email addresses are protected automatically by default, so it is not necessary to configure anything else.
In case you wish to customize it, we also offer some neatsettings, shortcodes and template functions. Please check the settings page within your WordPress website or our documentation
The visitors will see everything as normal, but the source behind it will now be encoded (for spambots), and looks, for example, like the code down below (Depending on your settings):
For more information, please check out the following page
Just use the following shortcode within your posts:
For other parts of your site you can use the template function
First: Don’t panic!
Simply create a support request within the support forum and we will come back to you as soon as possible with help.
Every content will be automatically protected. In case you find something, that doesn’t work from your end, we are very happy to help!
Yes, since version 1.3.0 also special characters are supported.
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