User talk:Dirk Talamasca
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Please ask any question you'd like regarding Second Life.
- How to use the Second Life interface.
- How to start a Second Life business.
- Learning to use and append the Second Life Wiki.
- Learning to use and contribute to the Second Life Public Jira.
- Best practices.
- How to handle abuse and harassment.
- How to avoid scams.
- How to purchase, terraform and maintain properties within Second Life and beyond on the Second Life Grid.
- How to create textures that fit your builds precisely, ensuring maximum clarity and reducing lag.
- How to make clothing.
- Tips and tricks on building.
- How to become a Second Life Mentor and what it means to be a Mentor.
Your email on your Userpage
Hi, i noticed you had your email posted directly on your page. This is a bad idea because it is easily harvested by spam bots. See here where i googled it. In order you prevent this, you have two options. One, you can add your email address to your preferences, then if a user wishes to email you, they can click on E-mail this user located in the leftmost column under the Toolbox Heading. This keeps your email safe to only those who are logged in and wish to email you, in that is the down side. Alternatively one can encode their email address using HTML Character References. Your email address would display as such:
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- This is what Geobytes.com had to say about HTML Character References:
Use this page to "character reference" encode the email addresses on your website to make it more difficult for spam bots to harvest them. While the smarter Spam bots will decode any HTML character reference encoding, the majority of the bots are not yet that sophisticated and will pass by without seeing your email address.