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Thread: Disabeling "save Page As"

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    any script that disables saving webpages?


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    There is'nt a real way of doing it. Any webpage can be saved.

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    there is, i saw many site disabeling saving thier page. they used a script that give u "site dosent exest or moved" error when saving thier pages.


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    There is nothing like that. It can always be saved

    btw, I havent single site that gives you 404 error for saving ...post the url if u have it.
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    it dosnt give me 404 error, a error box apears like when u want to right click and save as a download link and if the link is moven ull get error box.
    i cant find the site cuz durning some of ma searches i noticed it.


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  6. Internet, Programming and Graphics   -   #6
    The most you can do is either disable right click (not recommended, users hate it - besides there are always ways to overcome it)
    or encrypt your source, even if people get it, it&#39;ll be useless&#33; There are people who can still decrypt it, but the chances are rare.

    Besides why do you want to disable saving? Is your source code a work of art?

    I posted a topic a while back How to hide your source

    Its an interesting read&#33;
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    There&#39;s no real way of hiding your source or disabling saving of web pages... or disabling right-clicking for that matter. For example, I use MyIE2 as my browser and it comes with plug-ins. One allows for viewing the source code of a site... no matter what... and another allows enabling right-clicking, ignoring whatever script you put on the site. There are many more plug-ins that make life that much easier, but my point is that you can make it harder, especially for people who don&#39;t know what they are doing, but you can&#39;t disable it completely.

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    Ah Xero Grid, read the through the link I gave. I believe there is a way, read #10.
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    <span style='color:blue'>Try not to let your mind wander...it is too small and fragile to be out by itself</span>

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    I.am, I read your guide, it&#39;s pretty good

    I&#39;d like to think I was fluent in HTML coding, but I can&#39;t seem to get the "INVISIBLE" tags to work...can you give me any help or advice on how to use them, please?

  10. Internet, Programming and Graphics   -   #10
    Using abrasive scripts will just piss off your users and make people want to see your source more. (People want what they canít have). My suggestion is not to bother. That really is your best protection because it will keep your users happy and not spark any interest in your code.

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