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Mathias Bynens:-
After you came up with this ultra-cool email address obfuscation method through CSS, I quickly wrote the obfuscate_email() PHP function. And now, I uploaded my very own email obfuscator that converts the email into ASCII and optionally reverses it through CSS. It can output (X)HTML links and/or just the encoded email address.

http://mathibus.com/tools/obfuscator/
(23.04.2005, 09:15)

Howard:-
Your technique for hiding e-mail addresses DOES work in the current version of Opera (8.01).
(26.06.2005, 02:18)

Stu:-
Howard, that's why I now say 'didn't' work in Opera ;o)
(26.06.2005, 08:38)

Jimmy:-
http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_bdo.asp

It's XHTML compliant...
(05.09.2005, 16:32)

Mardeg:-
Another pure CSS method - http://mardeg.sitesled.com
This generates a logo of the email using random text, then miniaturises it to resemble normal text. Note that Opera only displays the minilogo correctly when Tools -> Preferences, Advanced tab has Minimum Font size (pixels) set to 1
(25.10.2005, 09:51)

oki:-
in opera 8.5 its working.
an other solution can be to work with css
":after" .de:after { content:".de" }
<span class="de">test@domain</span>

but this is not working in ie
im not sure about safari
(26.01.2006, 14:05)

Anonym:-
Why not use something like:
<span class="email">XXXXX</span>

And then, in the CSS :
span.email:after {
/*\40 = @ in CSS*/
content: "\40.XXXXX";
}

However, as metioned, it doesn't work in IE. But what if we would use a conditional comment for IE and use this method for IE?
(30.04.2006, 20:58)

robin:-
I referenced this technique in the article Obscuring Your Email From Spammers, found here:
diagrammes-modernes.blogspot.com

Thank you for your useful site.
(23.05.2006, 01:03)

Boris:-
Because it isn't a link, I copy it to my clipboard. When I paste in in my Gmail, I get:
ku.oc.u7s@uts

So, it's still not really usefull, just funny:-)

Boris
(01.10.2006, 13:20)

Gary:-
For info this demonstration DOES work in Safari for Windows. And Opera, as previously stated.
(17.04.2008, 09:51)

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