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9:15 pm on Jun 28, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Does anyone know if the right click protection javascripts will keep a site from getting a top position on the SERP's?

I'm going to link the JS outside the HTML document.

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9:19 pm on June 28, 2005 (gmt 0)

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Should have no effect, afaik. Spiders do not actually RUN javascript.
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Thanks Tedster,

I wasn't sure if it would be a factor or not.

BTW, I enjoyed your presentation at the WebmasterWorld Conference on Writing for the Search Engines.

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Thanks. We definitely missed having Heather on that panel, but I'm glad to know we delivered something of value.
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suntzu, right-clicking has many valid uses and does little to prevent theft of anything; it has a much greater power to annoy your visitors. This has been discussed many times over the years, but here's the first two discussions I found on the topic in case you haven't seen some of them: here [webmasterworld.com] and here [webmasterworld.com].
 

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