As soon as you put an email address on to a web page it becomes subject to 'harvesting'. Spammers use the same technology as search engines to crawl the web looking for email addresses and your sparkling new website is as good a place to find them as anywhere.
But you can stop them. All you have to do is not put your email address on the page!
Replace xx-address with the first part of the email address - the bit before the '@' symbol.
nsmhere() supplies the domain part of the email address - it assumes that's the same as the website it's running on. If you want to include an email address based on a different domain there is another function, nsm(), that will do that - see the PanPage Design Guide for details.
The function nsmhere() is contained in pp_top.js (in the cms folder) so, if you've not already done so, load pp_top.js file in your page file's head section...
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