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I have programmed a webpage on my own. but it only works with Internet
Explorer and not with the Netscape Navigator.
The address is www.nord-com.net/hanefeld
There is no menu and no background color and no type in the Netscape
Navigator.
Who is able to help me!

The source code is still open.
How can I change this?

What do I have to do that nobody is able to copy pictures.

Jul 17 '05 #1
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You cannot do anything about that: it is enough to push "Prt Sc" key
and whole screen is copied to the clipboard.

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Kazimir Majorinc
Jul 17 '05 #2

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Sven Hanefeld wrote:
I have programmed a webpage on my own. but it only works with Internet
Explorer and not with the Netscape Navigator.
The address is www.nord-com.net/hanefeld
There is no menu and no background color and no type in the Netscape
Navigator.
Who is able to help me!

The source code is still open.
How can I change this?

What do I have to do that nobody is able to copy pictures.


Don't include any pictures, then they can't be copied. Otherwise they
can. Always!

Jul 17 '05 #3

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"Sven Hanefeld" <ha******@nord-com.net> wrote in message news:<bs**********@news1.ewetel.de>...
The source code is still open.
How can I change this?

What do I have to do that nobody is able to copy pictures. There is no menu and no background color and no type in the Netscape
Navigator.
You are using DIV tags which Explorer treats a little differently from
Netscape. If you declare your styles like this:

<style>
.bild {position:absolute;top:70px;left:630px}
....
</style>

and use them like this:
<div class="bild"> ...

It ought to work okay. I'm not sure about using absolute positions,
they may not be very portable across browsers.
The source code is still open.
How can I change this?

What do I have to do that nobody is able to copy pictures.


On both of these (as others have said) you cannot do much. The
arrangement is that you post something on the web for people to
access. They are running your material on their machines (not yours).
This means they have to download the source code and they have to
download the images. What they do with them after that is no longer
under your control (hey, you are assuming they are using a browser,
they might have something else instead).

All you can do is put proper copyright notices on your page (and you
have). Some people disable the right click button so it is harder to
'save image as' but this is easily bypassed.
Jul 17 '05 #4

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