Advanced Mailto Encoder
Below is one of the most flexible email address encoders available on the web. You are allowed to pick from several options, to select things you want to do and things that you don't, and to finally see the end results.
Please make sure your email link works! To test it, use the popup window link. Some of the options are incompatible with each other. I tried to make warnings appear when conflicts occur, but I may not have caught them all.
Step 1: Email Address
Please enter your email address here. You can feel safe about typing it in here because all of the processing is done on your computer and it does not relay any information to any other computer.
Step 2: Additional Information
If you want any other specific information in the email message, you should enter it here. This may or may not be supported by the browser + mail program combination. The user can most likely edit the information supplied here. It just populates the fields to get the email ready for the user.
Step 3: The Link
This section describes how the link should look like. (The "link" is the "<A HREF=...>" thing.)
Step 4: What Is Displayed
Usually, if you make a link on your web page, you want the user to be able to see your link. This provides various ways of displaying your email address.
Step 5: Additional Options
Step 6: Generate HTML
Press this button to generate the code that you will copy into your web page's source.
Your final HTML code is:
If you want a new email image or the '@' symbol as an image, you should visit CoolText.com and it can make them for you. It's free and web-based.
Please don't steal this script and say that you wrote it. It took me forever to make this little bugger. You can copy it and use it on your web site or whatever. Just please give me credit by mentioning my name (Tyler Akins) and provide a link to my site (http://rumkin.com/tools/mailto_encoder).