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    flag Windows Vista Mozilla Firefox 3.6
     
    gravatar Comment by Spencer (http://www NULL.djsplicer NULL.com/):
    Sunday, 7 Feb 2010, at 11:48:42 PM, 4 years, 5 months ago | # |

     Great plugin, but.. I noticed that it interferes with the Sociable plugin.
    All the sociable icons are on a seperate line, instead of the same line, when I activate the Obfuscator.

    Any ideas or solutions?

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      flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.5.7
       
      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Monday, 8 Feb 2010, at 12:37:24 AM, 4 years, 5 months ago | # | replying Spencer |

      information

      Hello!

       

      I don’t know this plugin, I’m gonna take a look and see what’s happening.

      I suppose it’s added inside the_content(), and its HTML gets broken. I’ll report back when I have more info, tnx for the incompatibility report ^^

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      flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.6.10
       
      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Saturday, 16 Oct 2010, at 8:35:23 PM, 3 years, 8 months ago | # | replying Spencer |

      Really sorry for the long delay.

       

      It was a "bug" in Sociable plugin, it has a style that sets internal span as block. Since my plugin adds a span around links, they were blocking its layout.

      Version 0.08 adds a new style that forces spans to be inline again :)

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    flag Windows Seven Chrome 4.0.249.89
     
    gravatar Comment by IAN (http://SigmaPiNW NULL.com):
    Sunday, 21 Feb 2010, at 12:35:46 AM, 4 years, 4 months ago | # |

    marketingI just downloaded and installed the plugin. When I try to activate it I get this error…

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING, expecting T_OLD_FUNCTION or T_FUNCTION or T_VAR or ‘}’ in /homepages/27/d222991245/htdocs/SigmaPiNW/wp-content/plugins/hikari-email-url-obfuscator/hikariobfuscator.php on line 52

    Any help?

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      flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.5.7
       

      PHP4 not supported!

      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Sunday, 21 Feb 2010, at 11:03:57 AM, 4 years, 4 months ago | # | replying IAN |

      feedback

      Hello IAN.

       

      In line 52 of plugin’s version 0.05.01, we have the following:

       

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      class HkMuob{

          private $links;
          private $ids;

       

      It seems PHP didn’t like the keyword ‘private’. I’ve searched for this error and found http://www.computing.net/answers/webdevel/php-class-variables/2417.html (http://www NULL.computing NULL.net/answers/webdevel/php-class-variables/2417 NULL.html).

       

      My guess is that your hosting server is still running PHP4, which doesn’t support classes and private scope.

      My apologizes for that, I’m gonna include the restriction that the plugin requires PHP5 to work.

       

      Thanks for the note :)

      research

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        flag Windows Seven Internet Explorer 8.0
         
        gravatar Comment by Anonymous:
        Friday, 26 Feb 2010, at 6:19:13 PM, 4 years, 4 months ago | # | replying Hikari |

        homepageUpgraded to PHP5 and no more issues. Thanks!research

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          flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.5.8
           
          gravatar Comment by Hikari:
          Friday, 26 Feb 2010, at 8:14:56 PM, 4 years, 4 months ago | # | replying Anonymous |

          research

          Great to hear that! I’m updating the plugin readme.txt and this article and will include it requires PHP5 to work.

           

          Tnx for reporting the issue :workshippy:

          information

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    flag Mac OS X Safari 531.21.10
     
    gravatar Comment by Cichlids (http://www NULL.cichlidexplorer NULL.com):
    Friday, 26 Feb 2010, at 5:36:22 PM, 4 years, 4 months ago | # |

    I’m starting to get a lot of spam on my site. I was looking for a solution. Seems like this plugin will take care of it. Will give it shot.

    Thanks.
    C.information

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      flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.5.8
       
      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Friday, 26 Feb 2010, at 5:58:04 PM, 4 years, 4 months ago | # | replying Cichlids |

      Thanks dude ^^

       

      I’ve been using the plugin and it’s very good, much better than any other solution I’ve seen. I love low it works automatically and transparently.

       

      I’m just updating this post with info about the last version and I’m gonna start improving it a bit more.

      homepage

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        flag Mac OS X Safari 531.21.10
         
        gravatar Comment by Cichlids (http://www NULL.cichlidexplorer NULL.com):
        Friday, 26 Feb 2010, at 6:17:51 PM, 4 years, 4 months ago | # | replying Hikari |

        marketingThanks,

        I took the url field out of the comment box since they spammers are just going crazy. So now I will try to install this see how it works.

        Thans aagin.

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          flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.5.8
           

          Full protection against spam

          gravatar Comment by Hikari:
          Friday, 26 Feb 2010, at 8:12:05 PM, 4 years, 4 months ago | # | replying Cichlids |

          participate

          I understand, I’ve seen some people do the same :ph34r:

           

          Hikari Email & URL Obfuscator will help you to not link an eventual spammer that may pass your spam protections, because any link they use in comment body or author will be obfuscated. And it also saves your site from giving emails to spam harvesters.

           

          But it won’t stop spammers from coming and trying to post comments. Indeed, after I published my plugin and started receiving more visitors, spam comments also growed.

          You must be careful because spammers are smart. They usually submit comments with no links, to try to crack our defenses, and then come back see if the comment was accepted. When it happens, they see that site’s protection is not so powerful, and start sending more comments trying to break it. It’s very important that we don’t let any spam pass.

           

           

          This plugin is meant to protect emails from harvesters and links from search engine crawlers (for when we wanna link a site but are against its content and don’t wanna give PageRank to it, equivalent of rev="vote-against", or when we have a link we can’t say what’s in it, equivalent to rel="nofollow"). It’s for not feeding spammers and as an efficient PageRank defense, it’s not meant to stop comment spammers from trying to hijack our sites.

           

          Hikari Email & URL Obfuscator can help you as the last protection when everything else fails, but for your need I suggest also using plugins that specifically block spam comments. I don’t like these capcha we see around, because I believe real visitors shouldn’t be punished because of spammers, but I suggest you using Askimet (http://akismet NULL.com/) and AVH First Defense Against Spam (http://blog NULL.avirtualhome NULL.com/wordpress-plugins), together with Project Honey Pot (https://www NULL.projecthoneypot NULL.org/search_ip NULL.php) and Stop Forum Spam (http://www NULL.stopforumspam NULL.com/search). These 2 plugins will block most spam comments from being submited and mark the rest as spam for later review, and these 2 services have databases of previously seen spammers, that we can cooperatively help maintain and use to block spammers from even viewing our pages.

           

          I believe with these 3 plugins and 2 services you can be pretty much protected :D :happy: :yahoo: :hooray: :yes:

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    flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.6
     

    Can certain links be excluded?

    gravatar Comment by Georgia:
    Sunday, 28 Feb 2010, at 9:36:34 PM, 4 years, 4 months ago | # |

    Can you apply this only to CERTAIN links? Or can you apply it globally, but then manually DISABLE it for some links?

    I have several outgoing links that I don’t want obscured, because I do want to give them a page rank.feedback

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      flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.5.8
       

      hkmuob_no_obfuscate class

      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Sunday, 28 Feb 2010, at 10:10:05 PM, 4 years, 4 months ago | # | replying Georgia |

      Sure, to disable obfuscation on specific links, use the hkmuob_no_obfuscate class on them. ^-^

       

      You can see its description at Hikari Email & URL Obfuscator – Advanced Usage, all other custom parameters are explained there too.

      marketing

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    flag Windows XP Chrome 3.0.195.27
     
    gravatar Comment by Jully:
    Sunday, 28 Feb 2010, at 10:35:04 PM, 4 years, 4 months ago | # |

    homepageNon vim falar nada sobre o site… so que amo meu fofo!Hunf.. u.u

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      flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.5.8
       
      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Sunday, 28 Feb 2010, at 10:38:46 PM, 4 years, 4 months ago | # | replying Jully |

      ju!!!!!!!! *-*

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        flag Ubuntu Linux Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3
         
        gravatar Comment by steini:
        Wednesday, 14 Apr 2010, at 1:43:25 PM, 4 years, 2 months ago | # | replying Hikari |

        participatePrufa prufa prufa

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    flag Windows Server 2003 Mozilla Firefox 3.5.8
     

    Obfuscation of link target

    gravatar Comment by Jordan (http://rubberguppy NULL.com):
    Wednesday, 3 Mar 2010, at 11:13:40 AM, 4 years, 4 months ago | # |

    Awesome work, this looks like one of the best email obfuscator plugins on wordpress right now. However, is it just me, or does it not obfuscate the target of a mailto link? I would like to write:

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    <a href="mailto:myemailaddress@email.com">myemailaddress@email.com</a>

    But it doesn’t seem to obfuscate the target.participate

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      flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.5.8
       

      hkmuob_obfuscate_content

      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Wednesday, 3 Mar 2010, at 5:31:14 PM, 4 years, 4 months ago | # | replying Jordan |

      The target, or the content as I called it, can’t be obfuscated as default because if there is a HTML tag (exemple, a link whose content is an image) in it, the tag may get broken in noscript obfuscation version :)

       

      Use hkmuob_obfuscate_content custom parameter to set content to be obfuscated too. Read its description in the refered link to better understand how it works and why it exists, any question just leave a comment there :)

      feedback

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    flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3
     
    gravatar Comment by mike (http://mickansandelin NULL.se/blog):
    Thursday, 22 Apr 2010, at 8:46:18 AM, 4 years, 2 months ago | # |

     hello hikari!

    It seems to be a very nice plug!
    The only thing I worry about is how to handle the SEO and the marketing.

    could this hamper the SEO-positions in any way?
    how should one treat exchange-links, affiliatelinks, linkpages and other links that is of value for the site?
    general thoughts on this…?

    regards

    m

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      flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.5.9
       

      SEO

      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Thursday, 22 Apr 2010, at 2:09:52 PM, 4 years, 2 months ago | # | replying mike |

      information

      hey Mike

       

      Since links are obfuscated, with Hikari Email & URL Obfuscator we can add links to our posts freely, without fearing lose link juice because of that. I’ve been loving this power to control what Search Engines for real can see and what should really be nofollowed.

       

      For links you want crawlers to detect, just use hkmuob_no_obfuscate custom parameter, and it won’t be obfuscated. :)

       

      In my top-right widget you can see a few links, and links to my other sites aren’t obfuscated.

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        flag Windows XP Chrome 5.0.375.70
         

        Whoa...

        gravatar Comment by drokkon:
        Wednesday, 16 Jun 2010, at 6:56:58 PM, 4 years ago | # | replying Hikari |

        …I've been unwittingly running this plugin for a while now to obscure email addresses, but didn't realize it was obfuscating my web links as well (just not paying enough attention). Rather than go through my thousands of posts and adding the "no obfuscate" parameter, is there somehow to tell the plugin to only address mailto: links and not web links?

        Thanks! Seems to be working great for my emails, I'm just very upset that my site has basically appeared "linkless" to the search engines for the past six months…

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          flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.5.9
           

          obfuscation toggling

          gravatar Comment by Hikari:
          Thursday, 17 Jun 2010, at 3:28:08 AM, 4 years ago | # | replying drokkon |

          marketing

          hmm good point noted by you. I developed the plugin with the thought of "obfuscate all URLs at once and then don’t obfuscate selectively", since I wanted them all obfuscated in my site because I had no control over links on my old posts and now I can control them in new ones. I didn’t think on people that would be controlling their links already.

           

          I’m gonna review code and create an option to toggle URL and email obfuscation on/off, separately. I just can’t assure it will be ready soon because I’ve not been having time to work on my plugins, but I’ll do it.

           

          For know, I remember you that links to local pages (using siteurl and home options) and relative links (without http :// ) aren’t obfuscated, so links from your site to your site are visible to search engines as usual.

          And in its options page you have a whitelist option. In case you have specific external URLs you want search engines to see, just add them (or their domains) to whitelist and they won’t be obfuscated anymore.

           

          If you have any better idea of how to implement enabling and disabling email and URL obfuscation other than 2 checkboxes, feel free to suggest how you’d like it done :)

          Tnx for using it ^^

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            flag Windows Seven Chrome 5.0.375.70
             

            Thanks...

            gravatar Comment by drokkon:
            Thursday, 17 Jun 2010, at 4:15:35 AM, 4 years ago | # | replying Hikari |

            feedback

            …for the quick reply!

            I'm sorry, I think maybe I don't understand SEO as well as I should. I was under the impression that having links on your site to other sites was a good thing. (Obviously, having links from your site to your OWN site is a good thing.)

            Is there a reason why you wouldn't want any (or even most) links from your site to external sites visible to crawlers?

            Don't feel like you have to teach me SEO in a comments thread…I'm just curious! :)

            Thanks.

            research

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              flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.5.9
               
              gravatar Comment by Hikari:
              Friday, 18 Jun 2010, at 3:58:39 AM, 4 years ago | # | replying drokkon |

              No worries, I thank you for commenting and for using my plugin :)

               

              Internal links are used by Search Engines only to know all pages on our sites, Google says it’s useless to do Page Rank Sculpting.

               

              External links mean we are suggesting our visitors to view those pages, therefore they receive PR/link juice from our site. Lower problem is that, if we are criticizing a site and don’t wanna recomment that page, it receives link juice too, because anyway a visitor can use that link to go to that site.

              Bigger problem, and I don’t agree, is that for each external link a page has, our page lose some PR. Most SEO‘ed pages control external links and avoid using them. I think that’s bad because linking is the base structure of Web, we shouldn’t be punished for linking at the point of avoiding link another site.

               

              Another problem: if spammers use comments to add links on our site, Google sees those links as our site suggesting spammer sites, which is called Bad Neighborhood, and our site loses a lot of PR when that happens, so Hikari Email & URL Obfuscator can also be used as a final anti-spam plugin, for when all other anti-spam features fail and a comment spam is approved.

               

              But also, if we indeed wanna vote for a page and give it PR, we can use clean links. And Google already said that few parts of its algorithm give PR to pages that link very relevant and good quality pages, so linking isn’t 100% bad for SEO.

               

               

              In the past Google offered us rel="nofollow" attribute, that used to force refering page to not receive PR and our page not lose, its semantic meaning is that this link should not be followed by crawlers. But some time after creating nofollow, Google started following them and just not give PR. And, like I refered in begining of plugin article, now Google gives a bit of PR even to nofollow links, so sites started obfuscating links to hide them.

               

              I searched for obfuscators and ended up developing this plugin as the best solution for email and URL obfuscation.

               

              I’ll implement option to allow obfuscate one and not obfuscate the other in whole site, and also optimize a bit whole plugin, but it’ll take some days to be done. :)

              homepage

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                flag Windows XP Chrome 5.0.375.70
                 

                Thank you!

                gravatar Comment by drokkon:
                Friday, 18 Jun 2010, at 11:47:17 AM, 4 years ago | # | replying Hikari |

                research

                Thanks! That was great!

                SEO drama is crazy, and it's a lot to try and learn…

                research

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                  flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.5.9
                   
                  gravatar Comment by Hikari:
                  Thursday, 24 Jun 2010, at 3:52:22 AM, 4 years ago | # | replying drokkon |

                  information

                  hehe it’s not that hard at all, it’s just optimization.

                   

                  Some ppl get crazy about it and think they can get a lot of extra PageRank for their sites just by using SEO. SEO must be used just to highlight most relevant content and remove mistakes that harm a site. I myself think Semantic markup is more important.

                   

                  The most important of all is having a good site with good quality content, that ppl wanna see and will suggest to their friends, linking on their sites.

                  Hikari Email & URL Obfuscator just frees us to use links we wanna link without losing PR for that :).

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    flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.6.3
     
    gravatar Comment by Mats:
    Tuesday, 15 Jun 2010, at 6:46:52 AM, 4 years ago | # |

    informationwp-content/plugins/hikari-email-url-obfuscator/HkMuob.css?ver=2.9.2′ type=’text/css’ media=” />

    it doesn’t validate html5, maybe should add media=’screen’ or something.homepage

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      flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.5.9
       

      HTML5 validation

      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Tuesday, 15 Jun 2010, at 1:24:29 PM, 4 years ago | # | replying Mats |

      marketing

      For me it’s <link rel='stylesheet' id='HkMuob_styling-css'  href='http://Hikari.WS/wp-content/plugins/hikari-email-url-obfuscator/HkMuob.css?ver=2.9.2' type='text/css' media='' />.

       

      I’m gonna take a look on the code and fix it, tnx for the report ^^

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      flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.6.10
       
      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Saturday, 16 Oct 2010, at 8:39:03 PM, 3 years, 8 months ago | # | replying Mats |

      participate

      finally fixed in v0.08 :)

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    Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.6.10
     

    No obfuscation in the search results

    gravatar Comment by Andrew Walker (http://www NULL.englishchess NULL.org NULL.uk):
    Thursday, 23 Sep 2010, at 12:33:20 PM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # |

    feedback

    Hello

    The plugin is working very well with just one little niggle.

    Theme – Atahualpa

    Wordpress – 3.01

    When a search is run, the obfuscation is not cutting in for links in the search results. Results are currently set to 'extract' rather than 'full' – this might be the issue, but if you've come across this before, please let me know

    Thanks and keep up the great work!
    Andrew Walker

    marketing

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      flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.6.10
       

      Atahualpa search?

      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Sunday, 26 Sep 2010, at 10:15:00 AM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # | replying Andrew Walker |

      homepage

      Hello, I couldn’t understand what’s the issue.

       

      Search results should be listed as any other archive page and use standard filters. Does Atahualpa use a custom search that doesn’t use 'the_content' or 'the_excerpt' filters?

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        Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.6.10
         
        gravatar Comment by Andrew Walker (http://www NULL.englishchess NULL.org NULL.uk):
        Monday, 27 Sep 2010, at 7:58:29 AM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # | replying Hikari |

        Hikari
        Thanks for replying. I don't know. How would I discover this and tell you?
        Currently the results are set to show 'complete' rather than 'excerpt' – when set to show 'excerpt', the results show the obfuscation code, rather than just the links. Let me know if you want to see it in action and I will set the search results to 'excerpt' again
        Andrew

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          flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.6.10
           

          Troubleshooting

          gravatar Comment by Hikari:
          Tuesday, 28 Sep 2010, at 12:20:22 AM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # | replying Andrew Walker |

          Maybe the theme is using the get_the_content() function directly, instead of the_content(), and not applying its filter.

           

          First of all, in a dev environment, use 2010 theme and see if it starts working. If so, Atahualpa theme isn’t following Wordpress standards and must be fixed.

          You can also use my Hikari Hooks Troubleshooter plugin and search for 'the_content' filter, and tell me which functions are hooked to it.

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            Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.6.10
             
            gravatar Comment by Andrew Walker (http://www NULL.englishchess NULL.org NULL.uk):
            Tuesday, 28 Sep 2010, at 6:32:19 AM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # | replying Hikari |

            participate

            Hello again Hikari

            Hooks readout below – I hope that this helps, thanks for your time

            1. Hook: the_content
              • Priority: 0
                • Function: postexpirator_add_footer
              • Priority: 2
                • Function: AudioPlayer -> processContent
              • Priority: 8
                • Function: WP_Embed -> run_shortcode
                • Function: WP_Embed -> autoembed
              • Priority: 10
                • Function: wptexturize
                • Function: convert_smilies
                • Function: convert_chars
                • Function: wpautop
                • Function: shortcode_unautop
                • Function: prepend_attachment
                • Function: MemberAccess -> filterContent
                • Function: NextGEN_shortcodes -> convert_shortcode
                • Function: sociable_display_hook
              • Priority: 11
                • Function: capital_P_dangit
                • Function: do_shortcode
              • Priority: 100
                • Function: SmartYouTube -> check
              • Priority: 1002
                • Function: HkMuob -> the_content_filter

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              flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.6.10
               

              Debugging

              gravatar Comment by Hikari:
              Wednesday, 29 Sep 2010, at 11:27:09 PM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # | replying Andrew Walker |

              The filter was running when you took this shot: HkMuob -> the_content_filter.

              Weren’t links being obfuscated on the page you took it??

               

              If it wasn’t working, it’s a bug in the plugin, because Wordpress’ job of hooking the function was working (well, let’s suppose it’s not a Wordpress bug of listing the function for being hooked and not hooking it).

               

              Could you give more more info so that I can replicate? I never saw a situation where the same content is obfuscated in a situation and not in another, and never received a report of that happening. I’d need to have this situation happening on an environment where I can replicate many times so that I can debug where exactally the obfuscation is failing.

               

              When obfuscation doesn’t happen, do you see raw links as if the plugin was deactivated, or do you see them as if they were obfuscated and JavaScript was disabled?

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    Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.6.10
     
    gravatar Comment by Andrew Walker (http://www NULL.englishchess NULL.org NULL.uk):
    Thursday, 30 Sep 2010, at 6:25:28 AM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # |

    Hello Hikari
    Thanks for your help so far
    I have inserted a couple of screenshots to try and clarify this matter -
    The first when search is set to show excerpts, the second shows the same result when search is set to show full results
    I hope this helps
    Andrew | ECF

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      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Friday, 1 Oct 2010, at 6:52:39 AM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # | replying Andrew Walker |

      information

      They seem to have been deleted by code editor or by Wordpress filter while saving.

       

      Could you give me your ICQ or msn so that we can talk closer? Just add a comment and I won’t approve it.

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        ICQ

        gravatar Comment by Andrew Walker (http://www NULL.englishchess NULL.org NULL.uk):
        Wednesday, 6 Oct 2010, at 5:11:54 AM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # | replying Hikari |

        Hello Hikari
        Sorry but I’ve uninstalled ICQ, it’s too annoying. I’ve decided I can live with the excerpt vs full error, it’s not that bad and this is too busy a time of year to start messing witht the website. I will keep an eye out for other obfuscators, but obviously will keep yours going in case a fix can be found
        Keep well
        Andrew | ECF

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          flag Windows XP Mozilla Firefox 3.6.10
           
          gravatar Comment by Hikari:
          Friday, 8 Oct 2010, at 5:18:03 PM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # | replying Andrew Walker |

          marketing

          Ok

           

          Anyway I suggest you build a dev environment, it’s too risky to test new stuff in production site.

           

          And I doubt a possible bugfix for this issue will be released soon, I never felt such thing and never got a report before. If I can’t replicate it, there’s nothing to be done :p

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    flag Mac OS X Safari 533.17.8
     

    Error activating plugin

    gravatar Comment by Jay:
    Thursday, 30 Sep 2010, at 8:14:11 PM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # |

    feedback

    Tried to install plugin but get the following error:

    Fatal error: Class 'HkMuob_Op' not found in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/wordpress.jem/wp-content/plugins/hikari-email-url-obfuscator/hikariobfuscator-options.php on line 6

    research

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      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Friday, 1 Oct 2010, at 6:55:42 AM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # | replying Jay |

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      It’s strange, the class HkMuob_Op is just below the line that instantiate the object.

       

      Could you delete the plugin folder and reinstall it? I can’t see another explanation other then file corruption.

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    Not working here.

    gravatar Comment by san (http://tulipfx NULL.com):
    Monday, 11 Oct 2010, at 12:05:03 PM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # |

    Hi Hikari,

    this all sounds awesome, but it’s not working for me. Have a look at my website, and in sidebar, I have added HTML code with the last balloon a mail us link, the code looks like this:

  13. (info null@null nospam NULL.com)
  14. (I have changed the domain name in the email link to nospam.com, for your information)

    I have added our domain to the blacklist in the plugin settings.
    Can you advise how to get your plugin working correctly…?

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    custom widget

    gravatar Comment by Hikari:
    Tuesday, 12 Oct 2010, at 2:39:30 PM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # | replying san |

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    I saw that, very sad.

     

    But you are forgetting to add the filter to your widget.

    Is that a text widget? That seems to be a "widget_execphp", could you point me the plugin that generates this widget?

     

    Since that widget isn’t included in plugin’s default supported filters, it won’t be obfuscated by default. You must add it manually, as explained in FAQ #6.

    If that plugin doesn’t have a filter available, you’ll have to tweak it too add one. If it has, you can provide me its tag and I’ll add it to my plugin, I plan finally providing an update in a month or so.

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      gravatar Comment by San (http://tulipfx NULL.com):
      Tuesday, 12 Oct 2010, at 4:03:42 PM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # | replying Hikari |

      Thanks alot for your reply.

      The widget I am using is called: PHP Code.

      It's a free widget, like the regular "Text" widget", but with this one you can also use PHP code.

      I have copied my code to the regular "Text" widget, and that seems to work..!

      Source code with Java on:

      <li><span id="hkmuob-id-3426" class="hkmuob_noscript"><a href="mailto:info@nospam.com">

      I see the "hkmuob-etc" now. When Javascript is turned off, the email address is obfuscated. Brilliant.

      The "PHP Code" plugin I was using is freely available from Wordpress.org and widely used. So perhaps worth a look: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/php-execution-plugin/ (http://wordpress NULL.org/extend/plugins/php-execution-plugin/)

      Thanks again, San.

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        gravatar Comment by Hikari:
        Wednesday, 13 Oct 2010, at 12:05:28 AM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # | replying San |

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        It’s nice you made it work :)

         

        I didn’t find any widget code in that plugin. I use Exec-PHP (http://bluesome NULL.net/post/2005/08/18/50/), it adds a filter in standard text widget instead of creating a new one. If you find any filter tag I can use to hook my obfuscation filter just send me a note and I’ll take a look again.

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          gravatar Comment by San (http://tulipfx NULL.com):
          Wednesday, 13 Oct 2010, at 5:04:41 AM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # | replying Hikari |

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          Hi Hikari,

          My apologies: I was too fast and posted the wrong link!
          Here is the correct link for the PHP Code widget:

          http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/php-code-widget/ (http://wordpress NULL.org/extend/plugins/php-code-widget/)

          • Version 2.1
          • Updated 2009-11-5
          • Downloads 114,684

          That is the correct one I was using.
          Apologies for the confusion.

          San.

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            PHP Code Widget

            gravatar Comment by Hikari:
            Wednesday, 13 Oct 2010, at 5:15:11 PM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # | replying San |

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            That’s better :p

             

            That’s a very simple plugin, I think it’s better to use Exec-PHP and have PHP in posts and standard text widgets than use a separated widget just for that.

             

            Anyway it has a filter and I’ll add it to my plugin to offer greater support :p

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              gravatar Comment by Hikari:
              Saturday, 16 Oct 2010, at 8:40:17 PM, 3 years, 8 months ago | # | replying Hikari |

              feedback

              support added in v0.08

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    Not working here...?

    gravatar Comment by San (http://tulipfx NULL.com):
    Tuesday, 12 Oct 2010, at 4:47:32 AM, 3 years, 9 months ago | # |

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    Hi Hikari,

    Can you have a look at my site please. The plugin does not seem to work.

    I have placed a simple image icon with href "mailto:email@domain.com" in the sidebar on my site: http://www.tulipfx.com (http://www NULL.tulipfx NULL.com) (sidebar, to the top). Whatever I try, the email address is not obfuscated.

    Any tips, guidelines?

    Thanks,

    San.

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      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Wednesday, 12 Jan 2011, at 12:17:47 AM, 3 years, 6 months ago | # | replying San |

      Hello

       

      Sorry, I only saw your comment now. If you still want help, please reply explaining better what's happening.

       

      Unfortunately I'm low on time and can't provide direct support, I'm not even updating my plugins lately. Sorry :(

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    Error activating plugin. Activation impossible

    gravatar Comment by pikkabbu:
    Sunday, 13 Feb 2011, at 4:35:33 PM, 3 years, 4 months ago | # |

    Hello.

    I get an error when activation the plugin:

    Warning: main() [function.main (http://www NULL.platformxxi NULL.org/wp/wp-admin/function NULL.main)]: open_basedir restriction in effect. File(/hikari-tools.php) is not within the allowed path(s): (/var/www/vhosts/MyWebSite/httpdocs:/tmp) in /var/www/vhosts/MyWebSite/httpdocs/wp/wp-content/plugins/hikari-email-url-obfuscator/hikariobfuscator.php on line 46

     

    I'm running php 5, WP 3.04, and I've several plugins installed ans activated.

    I created a temp directory at MyWebSite/httpdocs but still the same problem.

     

    Can you help me fixing it ?

    Thank you.

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      gravatar Comment by Hikari:
      Monday, 21 Feb 2011, at 5:57:58 PM, 3 years, 4 months ago | # | replying pikkabbu |

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      Hello

       

      It’s trying to include a PHP file that should be in plugin’s folder, but the file seems to not be there, or your Web Server isn’t able to open it.

       

      Try deleting the plugin and reinstalling, see if your Web Server’s user is able to open all files there. You should have the following files inside the plugin folder:

      1. hikariobfuscator.php
      2. hikari-tools.php
      3. hikariobfuscator-options.php
      4. hikariobfuscator-core.php

       

      The code that’s trying to load the file is a simple include:

      require_once 'hikari-tools.php';
      

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