HTML question

  pinka 16:32 02 Feb 04
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hi,
can anyone tell me the coding, so that it is not possible for people viewing my web site to be able to save any pictures.

  stlucia 17:00 02 Feb 04

I don't think you can (and I can't see anything in my HTML manual) for, as FE pointed out to me in the WebDesign forum, whenever somebody reads your web pages they are in fact downloading them onto their own PC.

Why don't you post this on the WebDesign forum -- you might get a more-informed answer.

  dth 17:05 02 Feb 04

This isn't really possible.

There are a number of options that make it more difficult. The first is to disable the mouse right click option, the second is to watermark your pictures and then on to more sneaky options like put a see through picture on top of the real picture - so that on making a copy it is the transparant picture that is copies.

The average p/c user will be able to get round all of these (and the many other) methods without too much trouble.

  AndyJ 17:08 02 Feb 04

Have a look here click here

  pinka 20:34 02 Feb 04

didnt notice there was a web forum, been coming here over a year now.... should maybe open my eyes a little wider.

  pinka 20:38 02 Feb 04

nice one, i think that will do nicely, cuts webfilters too so added bonus.
thanks

  stlucia 08:49 03 Feb 04

Sounds too good to be true! Must give it a tryout.

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