A script that closely examines the content of a form box to ensure that the user entered a valid email address. If not, the form submition is canceled, and the surfer prompted to re-enter a valid address. Uses Regular Expressions.
Email Check plus screening out of certain types of addresses
A script that closely examines the content of a form box to ensure that the user entered a valid email address. If not, the form submition is canceled, and the surfer prompted to re-enter a valid address. If it is, the script continues and checks whether the address is of a certain type (such as hotmail and yahoo), and if it is, blocks the form submition as well. In essense, this script allows you to not only block invalid email addresses, but "casual" addresses as well.
A powerful anti-spam script that allows you to display one or several email addresses on your webpage without spam harvesters being able to extract them. Display emails using a drop down menu or straightforward text links. Easily style the links using CSS as well.
This simple but practical script render a "email me" button that, when clicked on, launches your visitor's default email program with the "To", "CC", and "Subject" line all filled in already. Cool!
Loose Email Address Check
A script that "loosely" checks the contents of a text box to see if the surfer has entered a valid email address (by the presence of the symbol "@"), and if not, cancels the form submission, and signals him/her to re-enter the email address
Manual Email Check
In most cases, an invalid email address is entered by the user due to carelessness. This script forces the user to double check whether a valid email is entered before submitting the form. It alerts a box with the entered address upon form submission, and asks the user whether this information is correct or not before allowing the submission to continue. Highly effective way to ensure a valid email entry from the user!
Ever wonder how spammers find and email you all that "junk" They do so by using robots that retrieve your email address from your webpages, and add it to their spammer's list. Here's a script to prevent spammers and email harvesters from finding your email address on your website.