Display clickable eMail-Adresses without being spamed
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Last update: 2020-07-10 04:21:37 UTC
This Zend-Framework-module allows creation of mailto-links using obfuscated eMail-addresses.
The provided eMail-Address will be obfuscated by simply reversing it. Using CSS the eMail-address will be perfectly readable in the default HTML-output but robots greping the site will simply see a 'reversed' eMail-address or some garbage.
By clicking on the link the reversed eMail-address will be send to a proxy that redirects the browser to a mailto-url containing the correct eMail-address.
The module is best installed using composer.
composer require org_heigl/mailproxy
In your application.conf-file add the Module to the list of modules like this:
return [ 'modules' => [ … 'Org_Heigl\Mailproxy'. … ] ];
In your view-script you can then add the following code snippet to create a mailto-link to the address email@example.com:
<?php echo $this->mailto('firstname.lastname@example.org', 'Send me an Email', ['class' => 'myClass', 'title' => 'click me']);
The second parameter is optional and its content will be set as link-name (The stuff between the and ) If it's ommited the email-address will be given in a way that it's hard for bots to retrieve them in cleartext.
The third parameter is also optional. It can be an associative array with further attributes for the anchor-tag. If you want to set the third parameter but omit the second, pass ``null``` as second parameter.
This module runs on php.ug for by now 4 years and I didn't get any spam to the email-addresses that are displayed by the module.