CryptX

Beschreibung

Kein SPAM mehr durch Spider, die deine Website nach E-Mail-Adressen scannen. Mit CryptX kannst du alle deine E-Mail-Adressen verbergen. ,
Mit oder ohne mailto-Link, durch Konvertierung mit JavaScript oder UNICODE. Du kannst festlegen, dass alle nicht verlinkten E-Mail-Adressen mit einem Klick in den Einstellungen in einen mailto-Link umgewandelt werden. Toll, nicht wahr?

Plugin Website

Screenshots

  • Plugin Einstellungen
  • Template Funktionen

Installation

  1. Lade das „cryptX Verzeichnis“ in das /wp-content/plugins/ Verzeichnis
  2. Aktiviere das Plugin mittels dem ‚Plugins‘-Menü in WordPress
  3. Bearbeite die Einstellungen unter Einstellungen > CryptX.
  4. Schau auf deine Website und freue dich.

Rezensionen

14. April 2019
... läuft. Sonst musste ich mir die Mühe machen, ein Script hochzuladen, im Template aufzurufen und die E-Mailadresse in das passende Tag zu packen. Alles überflüssige Schritte mit dem Plugin.
12. Juli 2018
No info on what the setup fields do and how to connect these settings to your address on a Web page. Maybe that is ok for a WordPress pro but if you just dabble in WP then how this plugin works is very ambiguous. The suggested template should go somewhere, but where? Such a question remains unanswered for over a year in the forum. The suggested code at the bottom isn't updated for the settings so after doing the settings in the UI you to figure out the template code on your own.
5. März 2018
Thank you, like the options available too. Appreciated
Lies alle 16 Rezensionen

Mitwirkende & Entwickler

„CryptX“ ist Open-Source-Software. Folgende Menschen haben an diesem Plugin mitgewirkt:

Mitwirkende

„CryptX“ wurde in 1 Sprache übersetzt. Danke an die Übersetzerinnen und Übersetzer für ihre Mitwirkung.

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Änderungsprotokoll

3.3.2

  • re-added the $args argument to the template function ‚encryptx‘ with some changes.

3.3.1

  • fixed a bug which causes a PHP Warning: call_user_func_array(). Sorry for this.

3.3.0

  • new design of the settings page
  • added plus sign (+) to autolink function
  • added value check while saving the settings
  • changed image replacement for the link text with WordPress media selector, so every image from the media library can now be used and will not be deleted by updates
  • changed color input field for PNG image creation to WordPress color picker
  • removed some unused code/files
  • removed $args from template function ‚enctrypx‘
  • documentation in progress 😉

3.2.18

  • fixed compatibility problems with Shariff Wrapper, which mailto-links doesn’t contain an email address.

3.2.17

  • bug fixing and performance improvements. (Thanks to mkwprel)

3.2.16

  • „Notice: Only variables should be passed by reference in…“ fixed

3.2.15

  • added whitelist of extension to solve the retina filename issue.

3.2.14

  • fixed a bug in combination with retina images @2x (thx to StuWeTueHo)
  • regex expression improvements (thx to Leitner)

3.2.12

  • fixed a bug in generating the CryptX hash value

3.2.11

  • fixed a bug in javascript

3.2.10

  • added a blacklist of chars which never should be used as javascript encryption hash

3.2.9

  • fixed the single quote bug in javascript encryption

3.2.8

  • minor bug fixes

3.2.7

  • the javascript will be loaded only if really needed!

3.2.6

  • bug fix!!!

3.2.5

  • changed the way to include the javascript. Now using wp_enque_script() !

3.2.4

  • minor bug fixed

3.2.3

  • minor bugs fixed
  • added support for wordpress multisites

3.2.2

  • minor bugs fixed
  • deprecated template function ‚cryptx‘ removed

3.2.1

  • fixed a bug at the installed plugins page (Thx to Ben)

3.2

  • fixed many bugs
  • added new template function encrypts()
  • added experimental support for custom fields

3.1.2

  • fixed a bug in the template function (should now work without errors)

3.1.1

  • added support for subject information in the template function
  • added some missing translation strings

3.1

  • added support for custom fields
  • removed the vertical-align for the generated image. The alignment should be done by css with the class ‚cryptxImage‘.

3.0

  • huge parts of code rewritten to fix some problems. (Thx to Harald Bertels)

2.8

  • complete code review! All errors shown with WP_DEBUG where fixed.

2.7.1

  • bug fixing with some php installations (thx to Norman Rzepka)

2.7

  • added the shortcode [cryptx]…[/cryptx]! The shortcode was implemented for posts and pages, where CryptX was switched off.

2.6.6

  • fixed a bug in the template function. (thx to Jessica for reporting the bug)

2.6.5

  • fixed a missing slash at the end of the image tag.

2.6.4

  • fixed a bug with some php versions.

2.6.3

  • some bugs are fixed, e.g. the non functional „add mailto checkbox“ on the option page.

2.6.2

  • added the option to choose where the needed javascript is loaded (header/footer)

2.6.1

  • bugfix for the autolink function ( see comment: http://weber-nrw.de/wordpress/cryptx/comment-page-7/#comment-415 )

2.6.0

  • Added new feature to convert email adress into an image

2.5.1

  • Added Option to disabled/enable the CryptX Widget on editing a post or page.

2.5.0

  • Changed the location to store the disabled per post/page option from postmeta to CryptX Options. This should keep the postmeta fields clean.

2.4.6

  • added support for ssl-secured sites

2.4.5

  • added support for mailto links without email adress, like a link from „Sociable“

2.4.4

  • added support for widgets
  • added information how to implement CryptX in your template

2.4.3

  • added support for content provided by shortcodes like „WP-Table Reloaded“

2.4.2

  • missed to delete my internal Debug function 🙁

2.4.1

  • Changed routine in the new Option if Custom Field not exist.

2.4.0

  • Add Option to disable CryptX on single post/page