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firecarrier




msg:678427
 1:13 am on Jan 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hi,

New at this forum, I will go for the introduce thread l8, now I need your help. I have a video feed that I do not want to be shown when one does the "view source" thing, I am afraid people will steal the code and just insert the video feed on their site. How can I hide just this 4 line of code?

 

volatilegx




msg:678428
 2:30 pm on Jan 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hi firecarrier and welcome to WebmasterWorld :)

There is no way to completely hide it but you could obfuscate it [google.com].

firecarrier




msg:678429
 11:13 pm on Jan 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hello volatilegx,

Thank you for the answer. Isnt there certain program that works on the other way as well? I guess, like if you have the code you could easily transform it to the original?

Maybe its this you mean that one can not hide the code fully out

volatilegx




msg:678430
 3:16 am on Jan 22, 2006 (gmt 0)

If it is displayed in the browser, then it is impossible to completely hide the code. You can obfuscate it, but there will always be a way for a determined person to de-obfuscate it.

If you are just worried about somebody hot-linking to your video feed, you could use .htaccess to protect the feed, so that it will only be accessible from a link on your website. See [webmasterworld.com...]

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