Below you will find the method for protect your HTML code against spam bots. You open your HTML file or load it from URL, press "Protect" and your protected code is ready – now you can save it to another file. Note, that your file should be marked up to show which parts needs to be protected and which should remain unchanged. If your file lacks those markers, it will be protected totally – this can be good solution for some cases, but in most situations such overpotection will cause larger HTML file and visible delay when showing web-page.
Loading from file
To load HTML file, press "File..." button and choose a file to be loaded, then press "Open" button. You can also use recent files list at left of the buttons to select one of the files you were using recently for loading or saving. That box also allows typing your path if you know exactly where your file is located. Press "Load" button then, and the file will be loaded immediately.
Loading from URL
You can also load source HTML code from a URL. Press "URL..." button and type a URL of web-page with source HTML code that needs to be proected, then press "Load" button. You can also use recent files list at left of the buttons to select one of the URLs you were using recently for loading. That box also allows typing your URL. Press "Load" button then, and the web-page will be loaded immediately.
HTML code additional markup
Your source code should include special protection labels, marking the code to be protected, if you do not want to protect a whole file. By default, these are
Saving results to file
After pressing "Protect" button, you will get your code protected. You can see at the screenshot below that only that code what was marked by "WEBFORMANTISPAM" labels has been encoded. Remaining parts of the page have not been altered.
Now you can save your protected HTML code to a file. Press "Save..." button, choose destination file location and name and press "Save" button.
Where file protection can be used?
This method is the best for web mastering. You can have unprotected versions of your pages stored in files during writing them. When you need to publish the page, you encode it by the method described above and publish to the web. To use Web Form Anti-Spam for protecting parts of HTML code, you can use code protection.