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One note: you can disable email cloaking in an article by entering the following:
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One note: you can disable email cloaking in an article by entering the following at the beginning of the article (or anywhere in the article before the email address):
  
 
{emailcloak=off}
 
{emailcloak=off}
 
Enter this at the top of the article, i.e.,
 
 
{emailcloak=off}
 
 
Text of article.....
 
  
 
With this control, you do ''not'' need to turn off global email cloaking.
 
With this control, you do ''not'' need to turn off global email cloaking.
  
 
Also, keep in mind that PayPal now offers Secure Merchant ID (an alphanumeric string used in place of the merchant email address) at no cost; it is available for Web Payments Standard customers as well as in extra-cost plans.  Email cloaking does not affect the Secure Merchant ID.
 
Also, keep in mind that PayPal now offers Secure Merchant ID (an alphanumeric string used in place of the merchant email address) at no cost; it is available for Web Payments Standard customers as well as in extra-cost plans.  Email cloaking does not affect the Secure Merchant ID.

Revision as of 22:01, 26 December 2008

One note: you can disable email cloaking in an article by entering the following at the beginning of the article (or anywhere in the article before the email address):

{emailcloak=off}

With this control, you do not need to turn off global email cloaking.

Also, keep in mind that PayPal now offers Secure Merchant ID (an alphanumeric string used in place of the merchant email address) at no cost; it is available for Web Payments Standard customers as well as in extra-cost plans. Email cloaking does not affect the Secure Merchant ID.