& #64; and & #46;

What? You don't speak geek? OK. & #64; = @ & #46; = . (period) (space added after the & so it did not render the HTML) So from now on when you have to add a mailto link to a web page, use it! Email apps understand these codes, most spam bots don't. ken@meancode.com

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You can acheive the same effect using the spam_protect="1" attribute in Movable Type. I use it for any email addresses I show on the site (which isn't many). Crawlers now also index RSS feeds so it's probably a good idea to use the spam protect thing in there too.

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