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IE7 - how to exterminate the image toolbar?

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o slighly retard 0.01% of web surfers from saving pictures,
one of the things I used was GALLERYIMG attribute in images.
Now I hear that IE7 ignores this attribute.
I don't have IE7 yet, so I wonder what else?
Does IE7 still obey the
META HTTP-EQUIV="imagetoolbar"
???

Apr 3 '07 #1
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o slighly retard
Are you trying to call others retard or explain that you are?
0.01% of web surfers from saving pictures,
What are you talking about? If your verbal capabilities are limited, please
ask someone to formulate your question for you, using full sentences, with
predicates and things like that.
one of the things I used was GALLERYIMG attribute in images.
Apparently galleryimg="no". Bad move, as a rule.
Now I hear that IE7 ignores this attribute.
Yes, because it has no image toolbar in the same sense as IE 6 has.
I don't have IE7 yet, so I wonder what else?
Well, get it. You won't be very successful in web authoring if you don't
ever test your pages on IE 7, which will become the most popular browser as
time passes.
Does IE7 still obey the
META HTTP-EQUIV="imagetoolbar"
???
No, because there is no toolbar anyway.

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Apr 3 '07 #2

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