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No access to view html source

I found a site which the "view source" and right click does nothing. The html is completly hidden. Where can I find the script for this?
Apr 13 '07 #1
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sandyw
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There might be two way of finding the source.
1. when you have the website open do a save as and save it in a folder. All the files and resource files will be in that folder. Open the htm file in your web program.
2. another way to find the source is if you are using a PC and Internet Explorer or Firefox you might be able to find it in temp folder.
3. you could bring up your history folder and drag and drop this into your web progam.

The website your looking at could be a flash website. If you do a right-click and you see play listed then its a flash based site.

good luck
sandy
Apr 14 '07 #2
drhowarddrfine
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What he actually wants is a script that does what that site does.

Am I correct that the browser you are using is IE? I don't know how it is possible to deactivate the "view source" in any browser except using ActiveX or somesuch in IE. The right click can be deactivated with javascript and you would have to ask on that board or google for code to do that.

Otherwise, I consider any attempts to completely hide source code futile and unnecessary.
Apr 14 '07 #3
sandyw
122 100+
You are right. There is way to deactive the right click I can not remember how to do it I have one at work and on Monday I will look it up.
But my tip above might help you if you look up the sources.

sandy
Apr 14 '07 #4
Correct. It is IE7 and save as allows me to see all of the html. I have the right click no access script. Thanks.
Apr 14 '07 #5

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