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    hiding source?

    um yea i'm weird like this...alright, i was wondering if i could hide where i am getting something from, like if i had the code
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    <html><head><title></title></head>
    <body>
    <a href="http://www.photobucket.com/blahblahblah">oh click here to see monkey eating bannana picture..</a>
    </body>
    </html>
    could i make it so that when people try to view the source it hides the tag, or makes it hard for people to find the source of it?...or am i just asking the impossible....and if i am...TELL ME PLEASE lol...THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    you could try various scripts to annoy the hell out of your users, like no-right-click etc. However, this will not actually stop anyone , especially once they realise you have something to hide. Plus View->Page Source will still work.

    Google for "no right click" if you really want to, I advise against it.
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    eh i dont like that right clickness, oh well thanks anyway

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    You can encrypt the HTML but this too has downfalls. encryption adds a lot of extra code making for larger file sizes and SEO problems.

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