| 12:44 pm on Feb 20, 2006 (gmt 0)|
Short answer... you can't.
| 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
| 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..?
| 9:23 pm on Feb 21, 2006 (gmt 0)|
|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.
| 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.