frankiejr December 1, 2008 at 11:00:10 Specs: n/a, n/a
For an email form the address should only be present in the server side code. It can't be read by a spider or someone with a browser. Provided your host has reasonable security measures it would be difficult (and certainly not worth trying) to obtain the source (un-executed) file.
Hi, you can tried coding your form in a .PHP page instead? Whatever PHP code within the php brackets is hidden from public view when it is live. This is a common solution for creating web forms where the information received is emailed.
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