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Re: Making Site Opaque -- This Strategy Feasible?

On Apr 27, 7:00 am, ddailey <ddai...@zoomin ternet.netwrote :
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I will confess to not having read all the replies here, and the
example I'll mention is pretty old and probably contains a lot of old-
fashioned stuff, but it (according to my notes) works across browsers:http://srufaculty.sru.edu/david.dail...pacity/opasimp...

cheers
David
Wow, thanks, that's a very interesting page! I've just more or less
"digested" some of the other references others have made...time to
start tinkering with this one!

Thanks again!
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