You'll have to edit the line "emailE=..." for your own address...
- Change "npluspluswargaming" to the start of your own email address.
- Leave the "@"
- Change the "gm" and "ail" to whatever your server is, but split up.. for example: 'ya' + 'hoo' or 'hotm' + 'ail'
- Leave the "."
- Change the "c" and the "om" to whatever your domain suffix is... for example: 'n' + 'et' or 'or' + 'g'
emailE=('npluspluswargaming' + '@' + 'gm' + 'ail' + '.' + 'c' + 'om')
document.write('<A hr' + 'ef="mai' + 'lto:' + emailE + '">Email Me</a>')
*DISCLAIMER* This doesn't prevent spam from people who go out of their way to send you an email, add you to an email list, or if you give your email out when signing up for a service and they sell off your email. I get maybe 1 scam spam email every month or two, and it always seems to be tailored at me. Gmail's built-in spam block always catches it though.
To avoid spam from services you sign up for, get another email account and only use it for signing up with websites. There are plenty of free email options like GMail or Hotmail... or spend the $10/year and get your own domain name - then you can create a whole bunch of extra email addresses.