When forms first came onto the HTML scene, they were underutilized tools. Now you can go to practically any site and find a form with one of those cool little submission buttons at the bottom. Google returns a whopping 60,000,000 results for a submit button search. Needless to say, web forms have become part of our digital lives. Forms can gather many different types of information. They can also anonymize a recipient's email address. If your email address is published on a website and an email harvester collects it, you can expect to be receiving a lot of spam. If you use a form on your site, your email remains hidden from users (and robots), but you can still receive email from your site's users. ...