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I'm an empirical kinda guy, so if I were going to try to embed my email address on the web without getting spam, I'd test a variety of methods. Luckily, someone has already done that for us and published the results. :) http://techblog.tilllate.com/2008/07/20/ten-methods-to-obfuscate-e-mail-addresses-compared/ I believe you can do all 3 of the ...
I prefer the simple challenge to retrieve the email. This keeps bots and spiders away, but makes it simple for humans. I use the free service tinymailto.com. Simply fill out the form, copy the html code, and paste it on your Smugmug page. You can simply paste it into the 'Bio' box on the front page: Here is how it works for the user: The 'email' will ...
For "Pro" Smugmug accounts only, you can create additional links on your page (header, navbar, footer, wherever) that bring up the Smugmug contact form by following the step-by-step instructions here: http://www.dgrin.com/showthread.php?t=180288. Here's an example:
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