Tuesday, March 25, 2003


The Email Encoder makes it less likely spammers will capture addresses from Web pages. It transforms an ASCII email address into its equivalent decimal entity. Looks natural in most browsers. I have used it to encode my address that appears at the upper left as my name. If you do not see David Bigwood but rather something like #098;&105;#103;&119;&111;#111;&100;&064; please let me know. If not I'll be using this for all e-mail addresses in these pages.

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