On Wed, 8 Sep 2004, Barry O'Donovan wrote:
> No - you'd still use the "name at domain.com.nospam" form in the alt
> tag. And what percentage of people use non-graphical browsers?
> Seriously? And what percentage of this TINY percentage wouldn't be
> able to decipher name at domain.com.nospam?
Didnt the last MyDoom virus take various email munging tacticts into
account? Like foo_AT_com, foo at com, etc.?
The spammers likely will do too.
If you leave out ALT, what about visually impaired people? How do
their screen readers read gifs? (and if screen readers somehow are
made to do the required OCR, spammers then could too).
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