Originally Posted by VIPStephan
I can tell you why: Because they are sick of Google, Facebook, and what not spying on their browsing behavior (by using cookies, for example) and showing them allegedly “relevant” information.
var goodurl = "";
// obfuscate the url
var urlrev = "ku.oc.xxx"
urlrev = urlrev += ".etisym@ofni"
goodurl = urlrev.split("").reverse().join("");
goodurl = goodurl + "?subject=Enquiry re this website";
document.write('<a href=\"mailto:' + goodurl +'">');
document.write('Contact us by email' + '<\/a>');
If the user is unwilling to do that, then he is not worth bothering with. The idea that every potential customer is worth having is wrong. I prefer to keep awkward so-and-sos away. By all means let them go to a competitor (if such exists).
And with respect, my personal opinion is just as good as yours.
Before felgall chimes in, document.write() is still a perfectly satisfactory way to write the original content of your page.