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    Lightbulb Protect Source Code

    Is there anyway i could protect my source code?

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    um... no

    sorry. There are of course some things you can do to hamper the offense, but really, any 'slight computer rocket scientist' realizes that if your viewing the page... it's on your harddrive... and if it's on your harddrive... you can view it in your temporary i-net files or just save it to your desktop through the file->save thing.

    PS: No right click deals are a major no-no.

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    Re: Protect Source Code

    Originally posted by geek987
    Is there anyway i could protect my source code?
    There is no reason to steal HTML.. It's the easiest thing to write.. Heck, I think HTML is easier than english..

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    If they want it bad enough

    theirs a few tricks i know about getting html from people who use the no right click deal. it just makes people want to see what you have to hide.

    the easiest way to view it is to turn your java off. "not hard" then they can right click the crap out of your site.

    or view it through a browser which has view on the tool bar.
    Which if you click it it has a little button called view source lol.
    but, if it's your own work then theirs nothing to worrie about noone in their right mind will take it when it's so easy to write.

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    On IE, when you have a Default Editor set in the IE Properties, there is a button on your tol bar next to history/printer button that is called, 'EDIT'

    Basiclly, it opens the page in your editor

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    YES

    That seems to be alot easier like i said i'm still new to this html etc... but, this is a good place to better what i know allready.
    This place is the best i've found on the net. And, I also have trouble explaining stuff to people such as i did trying to explaine "FTP" in another post. I just forget how hard it was when i first started.




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