This encoder makes your email address clickable for use on your email signature, blog, or website.
Choose if you want to make it just a bit harder for spammers to get your email from your blog or website. This transforms the html generated from readable letters into html numbers. This method is effective with some spam bots, not all.
Unencoded example: <a href="mailto:email@example.com...
Encoded example: <a href="mail...
(Optional/Advanced) Add a default mailto subject, body, or other parameters to your clickable mailto html link.
Copy the output and paste it in. Note that if you are pasting into a WYSIWYG editor such as the signature editor of Gmail, select the "Contact Me" link and copy that instead of the raw HTML that you would paste into an HTML document.
No. I don't store anything. There is no database backend to this page. I don't even know what I could do with random email addresses.
Sure! I would love to hear from you. Contact Me