This is a talk page for improving DeObMail.
mailto:example [snail] example [period] com
I think it would be more clear, if the "mailto:" part was replaceable, too,
and could take a space, after " : ".
E-mail Address: example [snail] example [period] com
nikos? October 25, 2014, at 05:19 PM
You can check if you have emails visible at https://hunter.io
Well, it doesn't seem to work with Simple skin. The html output, towards the end is...
<div id="footer" style="border: 1px none #000;"> <div id="copyright"> etc, etc...
nikos? October 25, 2014, at 05:10 PM
See the first note about the skin in the "Notes" section in the documentation. --Petko October 25, 2014, at 06:05 PM
This is fantastic, it passes all my tests, thank goodness there is a working email obfusticator at last. Well done
Note that what you call "existing obfustication" (
@ . replaced with
@ . in the page source, your examples 14-15) is not further obfuscated by DeObMail but passed as is, which gives "poor encoding" results at the harvester. --Petko August 22, 2009, at 06:13 AM
Agreed, in my wikis I have a lot of "existing obfustication" (it worked well 5+ years ago) and I don't want to have to change all existing mail links, so I needed a recipe that would work with those old links (as this one does). simon August 23, 2009, at 04:00 PM
$DeObCustom['@'] = '@'; $DeObCustom['.'] = '.'; # optional include_once("$FarmD/cookbook/deobmail.php");
This will "normalize" your emails before the obfuscation, and they will be well hidden. --Petko August 23, 2009, at 06:02 PM
Perfect, thanks again, Simon September 09, 2009, at 03:27 PM
I tried to use it: But simply the display is not correct. Looks like the JavaScritp part is not loaded. I use pmWiki 2.2.14. Any ideas? Klonk March 05, 2010, at 09:10 AM
If the demo page works for you, check if your skin has the marker
<!--HTMLFooter--> which should appear near the bottom of the file, right before
<!--HTMLFooter--> was missing im my template (flexi Skin). I corrected that and now it works fine (I corrected also flexi Skin) Klonk March 05, 2010, at 11:30 AM