Our efforts to reduce spam

Spammers. They’re a scourge. Particularly loathsome is the way they use automatic programs (called robots or spiders) to crawl around the Web, “harvesting” email addresses from web pages.

That’s why this site presents email address links in a special way to defeat the nefarious robots. But this technique relies on JavaScript—which isn’t enabled in your browser.

Which is why you’ve landed on this page.

This means you’ll have to enter the email address manually into your email program.
When you do so, simply insert the punctuation that makes it identifiable as an email address.
Example: recipient (at) example (dot) com becomes recipient@example.com.

Sorry for the extra work, but thanks for helping us thwart the spammers!

p.s. If you want to do the same on your site...

Instead of embedding a straight email link, as so:
<a href="mailto:recipient@example.com">recipient@example.com</a>
which typically looks something like this:  recipient@example.com

use a version of the link where JavaScript assembles the parts:
<a href="antispam_email.html" onmouseover="this.href='mai' + 'lto:' + 'recipient' + '@' + 'example' + '.' + 'com'">recipient (at) example (dot) com</a>
which would typically look something like this: recipient (at) example (dot) com

That’s all there is to it! Email addresses are now not so easily identifiable in the text of a page nor in the HTML source for the page. If the user’s browser doesn’t support JavaScript, the link takes them to a web page you’ll create named “antispam_email.html” (which is the page you are now viewing). Good luck!