How to prevent spammers from harvesting e-mail addresses from your web site using spiders
//Tip: if you want to make it even harder for automated software to reassemble the e-mail address, mix up the sequence of the next 7 lines.
it1 = "mail";
it2 = "to";
part1 = "nob";
part2 = "ody";
parta = "nowhere";
partb = ".";
partc = "net";
document.write('<p><b>Send us e-mail at: </b> ')
document.write('<a href=\"' + it1 + it2 + ':' + part1 + part2 + '@' + parta + partb + partc + '\">');
document.write(part1 + part2 + '@' + parta + partb + partc + '</a>');
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Click on Preferences
Double-click on Advanced
Click on Scripts & Plug-ins
Click on the checkbox to the left of the word "Navigator" - there should be a checkmark inside of the box when you're finished
Click on the OK button
Click on Tools in the toolbar at the top of the page
Click on Internet Options
Click on the Security tab at the top
Use the slide bar on the right to scroll down the list of option until you see "Scripting", then "Active Scripting" on the next line below it, indented to the right. Click inside the "Enable" circle, then click the OK button.
When it asks you if you're sure you want to change the settings, click on the "Yes" button.
Click the "OK" button.