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Avoid coping homepage ??

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Hi al,

What should i do so people cant copy or save my homepage.

Regards Sasha
Jul 23 '05 #1
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On Tue, 25 May 2004 09:55:44 +0200, sasha_lui wrote:
What should i do so people cant copy or save my homepage.


Take it off the net.

But if it has been archived
already,.. oops - too late!

( ..or make it really, really crappy )

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Jul 23 '05 #2

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sasha_lui wrote:
Hi al,

What should i do so people cant copy or save my homepage.

Regards Sasha


No,

the data is asked by a client.
The data is send by the webserver.

That is the webservers job: sending data somebody requests.

Just curious: Why did you ask?
If it is copyrighted, send a shark to the copiers. :P

Regards,
Erwin Moller
Jul 23 '05 #3

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In article <40*********************@dread16.news.tele.dk>,
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Hi al,

What should i do so people cant copy or save my homepage.


You can only make it a pain in the ass to copy. Anyone with enough time
on their hands can copy it if they really want it. All they have to do
is view the source.

The best way to make it a real pain in the ass to copy (sections) is to
make it Flash or an applet. However, this tends to piss off a lot of
people on dialup or who don't have the proper plugins. So, caveat
emptor. It won't keep people from just stealing the whole darn thing,
though. And both CAN be reverse engineered if someone really, really
wants to.

The only way to ensure no one will copy your stuff is to never post it
at all.

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Jul 23 '05 #4

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