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    Damnatory's Avatar OTL BT Rep: +6BT Rep +6
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    I'm attempting to make a website for a friend that just opened a Mosaic Shop, and the webpage is going to be basically a collection of all the artists projects, and I don't want people to be able to either hotlink, or take the images what-so-ever.

    Now, I've visited a site before that when you attempted to right click, a prompt would show up and say something to the effect of "No, no, I've worked to hard for you to just steal my work." And it didn't allow you to access the right click menu at all from any page within that domain.

    Anyone know the html code for this?

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    Damnatory's Avatar OTL BT Rep: +6BT Rep +6
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    Ahh, kick ass, thank you very much!

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    I wouldn't do that. it's really annoying, and if the people rally want what's on the page there's ways around it anyway.

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    Waste of time even trying to stop people lifting images from the web.
    Theres even a Firefox extension that can circumvent most image protection code.
    Last edited by uNz[i]; 04-25-2005 at 12:33 AM.

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    Yeah I realize it's annoying, and there are ways around it, but you have to admit, the people that are normally going to be browsing a Mosaic webpage are going to be old people and mosaic enthusiasts, not your above-average pc user...

    Most of the reason for doing so, is so that other rivaling mosaic webpages can't use our photos as their own, at least as easily...

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    Perhaps add copyright text to your images?

    It tends to be easy enough to get around such scripts, so you only end up annoying your visitors and not solving the problem as anyone determined enough to get the images will do.

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    Yeah, there's a good idea. Transparent watermarks are a much better way to go.
    If some people see right click is disabled, they'll go looking for a way around it.
    With a decent watermark placed strategically over some of the pic, they have no choice but to give credit to the owner.

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    i agree 200%
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    and I don't want people to be able to either hotlink
    for that you will need to restrict access if the referrer isn't the webpage url that it's suppose to be

    example: http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/comics/crankshaft.html only allows viewing of http://pst.rbma.com/content/Crankshaft.gif from the first URL

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    I probably will do the transparent watermakings then...

    @Vargas, Could you point me to a site that would have the code for the restriction you are talking about? Or would that code lifter site do the trick?

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