David Laakso wrote:
> Rafael wrote:
>> Well, let's try to bring it back in topic.
>> What I've done is to add some <del> elements with "no-spam"
>> legends, hiding them later on with CSS (and using JS to make it an
>> actual link). This may not be the best approach, but it's, like
>> everything else, just another try to avoid/minimize spam.
> Interesting. Got a live example.
Well, my domain is down at the moment, but you'll find a raw example at
There you'll see 4 different versions depending how you view it: with JS
and CSS enabled, only JS or CSS enabled, and both disabled.
> PS I neither attempt to avoid or minimize span. It is a given that
> approximately 85 percent of my mail is spam: my e-mail client (TB),
> with minimal training, eats it -- no coding or scripting required.
I guess you're already at the "acceptance" phase, I'm still fighting
back. By the way, I recommend you not to tell that to any potential
client you may have ---I, for one, may decide to look somewhere else.
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