If you would prefer to use pseudo-elements but with a more user-friendly style that allows selection, you can try an alternate approach with all the email characters but the “@” symbol are selectable.
You can write your email address in reverse ([email protected] [email protected]) and then use the unicode-bidi and direction CSS properties to instruct the browser to display the text in reverse (or correct) direction.
The bots, which are generally blind to CSS, will only see the @ sign while browsers will render the complete email address which, in this case, is [email protected]
The downside with the above approach is that users won’t be able to select and copy your email address on the web page, they’ll have to write it down manually.
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Detect trafficking as opposed to actively looking at their partner in the same room with my friends on beach in brazil, and our hosts.
If you’re concerned about dating site matches finding your online presence, or people online finding your dating profile, just don’t reuse usernames or email addresses!
It can just as easily interpret the special character entities @, . for the @ and the . A minor plus in this case is that, the user may use their email client.
Alternativily, Hex values can be used to hide an email address temporarily.
Aliases and usernames have become a big part of our personal online presence, and we often feel tied to them when we register for new sites and services.
This can be a great was to build an online identity, but it can also make it trivial to tie our activity on various services together.