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How to stop somebody to copy my content!
right click block or something else !
experienced




msg:373038
 12:40 pm on Feb 20, 2006 (gmt 0)

Can anybody give 1-2 option how to save my content to be copied. Right click stop or something which is effective.

Thanks
Exp..

 

zooloo




msg:373039
 12:44 pm on Feb 20, 2006 (gmt 0)

Short answer... you can't.

zoo

microcars




msg:373040
 3:48 pm on Feb 20, 2006 (gmt 0)

what is the content? JPGs?

you can turn them all into FLASH and then its difficult except to take a screen shot.
Screen shots trump all, but whatch gonna do?

you can also embed the JPG image into the BACKROUND of a Cell in a Table and place a 1x1 clear GIF on top of it as the "image", when someone "right clicks", they download the 1x1 clear image. This stops most casual image theft as:
A: they think they downloaded it (but didn't really)
B: most people can't figure out how to view the source and find the actual URL of the image file that is in the Backround of the Cell

experienced




msg:373041
 8:28 am on Feb 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

thanks but when it comes to content finding from other sites, people do some research and copy the content might b from source code or might be from the typing the same content writen on images ;-)

wud it b a good idea to put a disclaimer not to copy otherwise legal case and all..?

exp..

stapel




msg:373042
 9:23 pm on Feb 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

experienced said:
wud it b a good idea to put a disclaimer not to copy otherwise legal case and all..?

I'm sorry, but I can't tell what this means. Are you asking if you should post a copyright notice on your work...?

Please clarify, kindly using standard English for those of us not conversant in kiddie chat-speak. It would likely be helpful if you included the sort of content being copied (original artwork? original fictional works?), and how you've become aware of the copying.

Thank you.

Eliz.

jezra




msg:373043
 11:22 pm on Feb 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

experienced - When you create a site, it is highly advisable to add a copyright notice to all pages and, if you are willing to share or license your work to others, a link to content licensing information. Will a nefarious web user copy your content? Yes they will, but the inclusion of the copyright notice may make someone think twice about copying.

stapel - Not everyone at webmasterworld is a native English speaker, nor is everyone a native English writer.

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