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Validate E-Mail This JavaScript verifies that a string looks like a real e-mail address.


Category: Email

Email onClick This JavaScript can create a send mail button on the web page.


Category: Email

War\'s web form This Web form utilizes the sender's e-mail. This form has a validation for information added; if all is entered correctly, the sender will be directed to a 'thank you' page.


Category: Email

E-mail Validation This JavaScript uses regular expressions to check that a string contains a valid email address. Note that it won't catch all invalid emails, like most similar scripts. However, for most intents and purposes, this JavaScript should serve its purpose well, by rejecting common email typos while leaving room for obscure yet valid emails to pass.


Category: Email

Contact Form This JavaScript can create a contacter to rate, rank, contact... a website.


Category: Email

Form Validation, Submission and Redirect This form was designed in replace of a cgi form to email with redirect. It uses both my own and modifications of other javascripts to achieve the result needed for a client with no cgi access.


Category: Email

mailTo Prevent e-mail link harvesting by spammer's robots. Nothing is displayed in the file where this script is used, other than an empty span element. The mailto link is added dynamically, and will not show up even when you "View Source".


Category: Email

eMailing Selected HTML Text This JavaScript is an easy way to copy and email selected html text that is on a web page. You can set this up as a Favorites item in Internet Explorer to make it simply to be able to do the emailing! Just highlight text on a page and then click the favorites link. The hightlighted input text will be placed in an email from your default mail program, ready for you to add a name and send!


Category: Email

Email Obfuscator and Encoder Email harvesting is a real problem nowadays; publishing an email address on a web page means exposing it to automated email collection softwares. Once it's been collected, there no way of getting rid of spam.

The best way to avoid this is to obfuscate and encode email addresses; this simple JavaScript does exactly that. It splits an address in six different parts, so that bots are not able to recognize it, and it also encode the @ symbol and the . (dot) using ASCII codes, just to make it harder for bots to decode it. Even if the email harvesting software can read JavaScript and put the different parts of the address together, it would obtain an useless text like this: my-email-address@my-domain-name.com instead of myaddress@mydomain.com.


Category: Email

Send Email This JavaScript is a simple contacter.


Category: Email

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