E is for Email
The simplest way to enable visitors to your website to contact you
is to provide them with an email address.
For this website write to:
But why have I put the email address in a image? This
is because robot web crawlers of spammers are out there on the web
harvesting emails addresses for their nefarious ends.
Robots can't read images.
Many websites don't provide email addresses at all. Instead
they provide a form for you to fill in and ask you to provide an email
address for them to reply to.
E is also for entities.
There are many characters that
you might wish to use on your site, such as the copyright sign or
trademark sign, which aren't easily available from your keyboard. HTML
provides entity names and numbers, either of which can be used.
For example, the plus or minus sign ( ± ) which
is ± or ±