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disable image/text highlight
disable image/text highlight on a page
parjinder




msg:612860
 12:10 pm on Oct 23, 2001 (gmt 0)

i have been trying to disable image/text highlight on an entire web page or for images only...

something that wont allow the user to highlight text/images on a webpage at all or parts of it seems to be unheard of.

can any1 help with this please??

 

joshie76




msg:612861
 1:17 pm on Oct 23, 2001 (gmt 0)

Hi Parjinder - Welcome to the board.

Assuming that by 'highlight' you're referring to dragging the mouse over screen objects to select them (like you'd select a chunk of text in a word processor).

I've never heard of a way of turning this off... but then I've never really heard of a reason why somebody would want to? Why do you need to do this - perhaps we can help there?

IanKelley




msg:612862
 8:12 pm on Oct 23, 2001 (gmt 0)

I'm thinking about it and I can't come up with any good reason to want to turn of highlighting either.

Is this some attempt to make your site harder to copyright infringe? If so, give up now :-)

parjinder




msg:612863
 12:31 pm on Oct 24, 2001 (gmt 0)

no no not copyright.

i was working on this drag + drop game. essentially dragging <div>s to various drop targets. but when u drag em because it's just like ur highlighting text/images you cant event handle as the browser thinks youre trying to highlight...blah blah

its ok though i've solved it by making it full screen. thanx 4 the help!

joshie76




msg:612864
 3:15 pm on Oct 30, 2001 (gmt 0)

Well, I can't believe it but I've found a way of doing what you were after:

<body onselectstart="return false">

Who'd a' thought it?

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