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Hi. When I display a jpeg file in my browser, I see a toolbar in the
upper left. It allows me to save the image, email it, etc. I'm using
html code to display the image. Is there a way to disable the save and
email options? Or perhaps a way to disable the toolbar altogether?
Sep 13 '05 #1
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Dennis Allen wrote:
Hi. When I display a jpeg file in my browser, I see a toolbar in the
upper left. It allows me to save the image, email it, etc. I'm using
html code to display the image. Is there a way to disable the save and
email options? Or perhaps a way to disable the toolbar altogether?


Not with JavaScript. Poke around your browser's options or preferences.
In IE it's under:

Tools->Internet Options->Advanced->Multimedia->Enable Image Toolbar
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Rob
Sep 13 '05 #2
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Hi. When I display a jpeg file in my browser, I see a toolbar in the
upper left. It allows me to save the image, email it, etc. I'm using
html code to display the image. Is there a way to disable the save and
email options? Or perhaps a way to disable the toolbar altogether?


Of course, all but extremely unsavvy users will still be able to right-click
an image and save it to their hard drive, from where they can then e-mail it
manually. And if you manage to prevent that, there's still the option of
reading the source code and entering the adress of the image in the adress
bar. And if you prevented *that*, a screen shot will do.

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Joakim Braun
Sep 13 '05 #3
Dennis Allen wrote:
Hi. When I display a jpeg file in my browser, I see a toolbar in the
upper left. It allows me to save the image, email it, etc. I'm using
html code to display the image. Is there a way to disable the save
and email options? Or perhaps a way to disable the toolbar
altogether?


The image toolbar can be suppressed by a metatag:

<meta http-equiv="imagetoolbar" content="no" />

Fred
Sep 15 '05 #4

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