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  1. #1
    Per
    Guest

    Default Protect graphics

    Hi

    I want to protect my graphcis from download how can I disable the
    right-click on my pages, in general or spceficially on the graphcis? I CSS
    the way to go?

    regards Per



  2. #2
    Mike C
    Guest

    Default Re: Protect graphics

    Previuos entries in the forum, have covered this item, it appears that you
    cannot protect images ect, very easily, as the viewer veiws the images on
    their machines, NOF has a protect image text function, so when you right
    click the image in design view, you can select the protect function, not
    sure what this does exactly but it might be worth looking into.

    Mike
    "Per" <news-at-asset.dk> wrote in message
    news:em0r0f$6dt6@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > Hi
    >
    > I want to protect my graphcis from download how can I disable the
    > right-click on my pages, in general or spceficially on the graphcis? I CSS
    > the way to go?
    >
    > regards Per
    >




  3. #3
    Nancy O
    Guest

    Default Re: Protect graphics

    Hi Per,

    This question comes up again and again. Why do you care if people download
    your graphics? You're publishing them on the web which means your images
    automatically download into the user's cache for viewing. So even if you
    use a JavaScript to disable right clicking, you aren't protecting your
    images because anyone can lift images in a variety of ways:

    1. simple screen grabbing program
    2. hitting the print scrn button on their keyboard
    3. viewing your source code to find the exact location of your image files
    4. viewing the browser cache files.

    If you have intellectual property to protect, use low res thumbnail images
    and watermark your high res images with a photo editor. Also register your
    intellectual property with a service like http://www.protectrite.com/ and
    place a copyright notice on your pages. That's the best you can do.


    --Nancy






    "Per" <news-at-asset.dk> wrote in message
    news:em0r0f$6dt6@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > Hi
    >
    > I want to protect my graphcis from download how can I disable the
    > right-click on my pages, in general or spceficially on the graphcis? I CSS
    > the way to go?
    >
    > regards Per
    >
    >




  4. #4
    Per
    Guest

    Default Re: Protect graphics

    Hi Nancy

    Its a long story (as you may know) but the case is that I represent a brand
    owner. I thus need a simple way of making it clear to people up front that
    if the want to make a copy of these pictures they are probably not aware of
    the rules regarding these matters.

    In general I am all for "public domain" and "open source", but people pay me
    huge sums (or at least a decent fee) to develop software and ideas for
    them - and such transactions are devaluated if anyone can have a free copy
    of the work I have made. Say the graphics I talk about was made by an
    artist, to illustrate some training materials, and if anyone can simply copy
    that it does not make much sense to pay the artist to do something unique
    (if your really *want* people to copy your work, it may be a good idea to
    protect it even more?)

    :-) So with that in mind I share these immortal words:

    What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world
    remains and is immortal..
    - Albert Pine

    Regards Per


    "Nancy O" <nancyoshea1@NOSPAMverizon.net> skrev i en meddelelse
    news:em1hot$a2k1@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > Hi Per,
    >
    > This question comes up again and again. Why do you care if people download
    > your graphics? You're publishing them on the web which means your images
    > automatically download into the user's cache for viewing. So even if you
    > use a JavaScript to disable right clicking, you aren't protecting your
    > images because anyone can lift images in a variety of ways:
    >
    > 1. simple screen grabbing program
    > 2. hitting the print scrn button on their keyboard
    > 3. viewing your source code to find the exact location of your image files
    > 4. viewing the browser cache files.
    >
    > If you have intellectual property to protect, use low res thumbnail images
    > and watermark your high res images with a photo editor. Also register
    > your
    > intellectual property with a service like http://www.protectrite.com/ and
    > place a copyright notice on your pages. That's the best you can do.
    >
    >
    > --Nancy
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > "Per" <news-at-asset.dk> wrote in message
    > news:em0r0f$6dt6@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> Hi
    >>
    >> I want to protect my graphcis from download how can I disable the
    >> right-click on my pages, in general or spceficially on the graphcis? I
    >> CSS
    >> the way to go?
    >>
    >> regards Per
    >>
    >>

    >
    >




  5. #5
    Dave@Web by Design, Inc.
    Guest

    Default Re: Protect graphics

    I think Nancy's point is not whether there is a good reason to try to
    protect the images from being copied (there are many valid reasons), but
    rather that it simply can't be done. For all the reasons she mentioned, if
    someone wants the images...they will get them. Only the most novice user
    will be stopped by a java script pop-up message. Once you post the image on
    the Internet...it can be copied. The only way to make the image less
    desirable to the "thieves" is to watermark it with a subtle copyright
    notice. I deal with this issue for many of my clients...it's just a reality
    they have to live with.

    Dave


    "Per" <news-at-asset.dk> wrote in message
    news:em3cds$fls2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > Hi Nancy
    >
    > Its a long story (as you may know) but the case is that I represent a
    > brand owner. I thus need a simple way of making it clear to people up
    > front that if the want to make a copy of these pictures they are probably
    > not aware of the rules regarding these matters.
    >
    > In general I am all for "public domain" and "open source", but people pay
    > me huge sums (or at least a decent fee) to develop software and ideas for
    > them - and such transactions are devaluated if anyone can have a free copy
    > of the work I have made. Say the graphics I talk about was made by an
    > artist, to illustrate some training materials, and if anyone can simply
    > copy that it does not make much sense to pay the artist to do something
    > unique (if your really *want* people to copy your work, it may be a good
    > idea to protect it even more?)
    >
    > :-) So with that in mind I share these immortal words:
    >
    > What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world
    > remains and is immortal..
    > - Albert Pine
    >
    > Regards Per
    >
    >
    > "Nancy O" <nancyoshea1@NOSPAMverizon.net> skrev i en meddelelse
    > news:em1hot$a2k1@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> Hi Per,
    >>
    >> This question comes up again and again. Why do you care if people
    >> download
    >> your graphics? You're publishing them on the web which means your images
    >> automatically download into the user's cache for viewing. So even if you
    >> use a JavaScript to disable right clicking, you aren't protecting your
    >> images because anyone can lift images in a variety of ways:
    >>
    >> 1. simple screen grabbing program
    >> 2. hitting the print scrn button on their keyboard
    >> 3. viewing your source code to find the exact location of your image
    >> files
    >> 4. viewing the browser cache files.
    >>
    >> If you have intellectual property to protect, use low res thumbnail
    >> images
    >> and watermark your high res images with a photo editor. Also register
    >> your
    >> intellectual property with a service like http://www.protectrite.com/
    >> and
    >> place a copyright notice on your pages. That's the best you can do.
    >>
    >>
    >> --Nancy
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> "Per" <news-at-asset.dk> wrote in message
    >> news:em0r0f$6dt6@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >>> Hi
    >>>
    >>> I want to protect my graphcis from download how can I disable the
    >>> right-click on my pages, in general or spceficially on the graphcis? I
    >>> CSS
    >>> the way to go?
    >>>
    >>> regards Per
    >>>
    >>>

    >>
    >>

    >
    >




  6. #6
    Shawn
    Guest

    Default Re: Protect graphics

    Hey Dave,

    Does putting your photos in a flash gallery help protect them or are they
    still easy to gain a copy of? I guess I don't know enough about stealing!

    Thanks,

    Shawn

    "Dave@Web by Design, Inc." <dave_no@spam_wbdi.net> wrote in message
    news:em42kn$ioj1@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > I think Nancy's point is not whether there is a good reason to try to
    > protect the images from being copied (there are many valid reasons), but
    > rather that it simply can't be done. For all the reasons she mentioned, if
    > someone wants the images...they will get them. Only the most novice user
    > will be stopped by a java script pop-up message. Once you post the image

    on
    > the Internet...it can be copied. The only way to make the image less
    > desirable to the "thieves" is to watermark it with a subtle copyright
    > notice. I deal with this issue for many of my clients...it's just a

    reality
    > they have to live with.
    >
    > Dave
    >
    >
    > "Per" <news-at-asset.dk> wrote in message
    > news:em3cds$fls2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > > Hi Nancy
    > >
    > > Its a long story (as you may know) but the case is that I represent a
    > > brand owner. I thus need a simple way of making it clear to people up
    > > front that if the want to make a copy of these pictures they are

    probably
    > > not aware of the rules regarding these matters.
    > >
    > > In general I am all for "public domain" and "open source", but people

    pay
    > > me huge sums (or at least a decent fee) to develop software and ideas

    for
    > > them - and such transactions are devaluated if anyone can have a free

    copy
    > > of the work I have made. Say the graphics I talk about was made by an
    > > artist, to illustrate some training materials, and if anyone can simply
    > > copy that it does not make much sense to pay the artist to do something
    > > unique (if your really *want* people to copy your work, it may be a good
    > > idea to protect it even more?)
    > >
    > > :-) So with that in mind I share these immortal words:
    > >
    > > What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the

    world
    > > remains and is immortal..
    > > - Albert Pine
    > >
    > > Regards Per
    > >
    > >
    > > "Nancy O" <nancyoshea1@NOSPAMverizon.net> skrev i en meddelelse
    > > news:em1hot$a2k1@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > >> Hi Per,
    > >>
    > >> This question comes up again and again. Why do you care if people
    > >> download
    > >> your graphics? You're publishing them on the web which means your

    images
    > >> automatically download into the user's cache for viewing. So even if

    you
    > >> use a JavaScript to disable right clicking, you aren't protecting your
    > >> images because anyone can lift images in a variety of ways:
    > >>
    > >> 1. simple screen grabbing program
    > >> 2. hitting the print scrn button on their keyboard
    > >> 3. viewing your source code to find the exact location of your image
    > >> files
    > >> 4. viewing the browser cache files.
    > >>
    > >> If you have intellectual property to protect, use low res thumbnail
    > >> images
    > >> and watermark your high res images with a photo editor. Also register
    > >> your
    > >> intellectual property with a service like http://www.protectrite.com/
    > >> and
    > >> place a copyright notice on your pages. That's the best you can do.
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> --Nancy
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> "Per" <news-at-asset.dk> wrote in message
    > >> news:em0r0f$6dt6@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > >>> Hi
    > >>>
    > >>> I want to protect my graphcis from download how can I disable the
    > >>> right-click on my pages, in general or spceficially on the graphcis? I
    > >>> CSS
    > >>> the way to go?
    > >>>
    > >>> regards Per
    > >>>
    > >>>
    > >>
    > >>

    > >
    > >

    >
    >




  7. #7
    Mike C
    Guest

    Default Re: Protect graphics

    Appart from screen dump (Print Screen) they cannot copy the flash file
    images (unless someone else knows different?)

    Mike C

    "Shawn" <shawn@nospamtheforestryservice.com> wrote in message
    news:em6tv9$s18128@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com ...
    > Hey Dave,
    >
    > Does putting your photos in a flash gallery help protect them or are they
    > still easy to gain a copy of? I guess I don't know enough about stealing!
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Shawn
    >
    > "Dave@Web by Design, Inc." <dave_no@spam_wbdi.net> wrote in message
    > news:em42kn$ioj1@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> I think Nancy's point is not whether there is a good reason to try to
    >> protect the images from being copied (there are many valid reasons), but
    >> rather that it simply can't be done. For all the reasons she mentioned,
    >> if
    >> someone wants the images...they will get them. Only the most novice user
    >> will be stopped by a java script pop-up message. Once you post the image

    > on
    >> the Internet...it can be copied. The only way to make the image less
    >> desirable to the "thieves" is to watermark it with a subtle copyright
    >> notice. I deal with this issue for many of my clients...it's just a

    > reality
    >> they have to live with.
    >>
    >> Dave
    >>
    >>
    >> "Per" <news-at-asset.dk> wrote in message
    >> news:em3cds$fls2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> > Hi Nancy
    >> >
    >> > Its a long story (as you may know) but the case is that I represent a
    >> > brand owner. I thus need a simple way of making it clear to people up
    >> > front that if the want to make a copy of these pictures they are

    > probably
    >> > not aware of the rules regarding these matters.
    >> >
    >> > In general I am all for "public domain" and "open source", but people

    > pay
    >> > me huge sums (or at least a decent fee) to develop software and ideas

    > for
    >> > them - and such transactions are devaluated if anyone can have a free

    > copy
    >> > of the work I have made. Say the graphics I talk about was made by an
    >> > artist, to illustrate some training materials, and if anyone can simply
    >> > copy that it does not make much sense to pay the artist to do something
    >> > unique (if your really *want* people to copy your work, it may be a
    >> > good
    >> > idea to protect it even more?)
    >> >
    >> > :-) So with that in mind I share these immortal words:
    >> >
    >> > What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the

    > world
    >> > remains and is immortal..
    >> > - Albert Pine
    >> >
    >> > Regards Per
    >> >
    >> >
    >> > "Nancy O" <nancyoshea1@NOSPAMverizon.net> skrev i en meddelelse
    >> > news:em1hot$a2k1@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> >> Hi Per,
    >> >>
    >> >> This question comes up again and again. Why do you care if people
    >> >> download
    >> >> your graphics? You're publishing them on the web which means your

    > images
    >> >> automatically download into the user's cache for viewing. So even if

    > you
    >> >> use a JavaScript to disable right clicking, you aren't protecting your
    >> >> images because anyone can lift images in a variety of ways:
    >> >>
    >> >> 1. simple screen grabbing program
    >> >> 2. hitting the print scrn button on their keyboard
    >> >> 3. viewing your source code to find the exact location of your image
    >> >> files
    >> >> 4. viewing the browser cache files.
    >> >>
    >> >> If you have intellectual property to protect, use low res thumbnail
    >> >> images
    >> >> and watermark your high res images with a photo editor. Also register
    >> >> your
    >> >> intellectual property with a service like http://www.protectrite.com/
    >> >> and
    >> >> place a copyright notice on your pages. That's the best you can do.
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >> --Nancy
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >> "Per" <news-at-asset.dk> wrote in message
    >> >> news:em0r0f$6dt6@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >> >>> Hi
    >> >>>
    >> >>> I want to protect my graphcis from download how can I disable the
    >> >>> right-click on my pages, in general or spceficially on the graphcis?
    >> >>> I
    >> >>> CSS
    >> >>> the way to go?
    >> >>>
    >> >>> regards Per
    >> >>>
    >> >>>
    >> >>
    >> >>
    >> >
    >> >

    >>
    >>

    >
    >




  8. #8
    the other Chuck
    Guest

    Default Re: Protect graphics

    If you have a flash decompiler it's very easy to extract images, etc. Look
    here: http://www.eltima.com/products/flashdecompiler/
    Short of a watermark or killing the resolution to make them
    unusable/undesirable, anyone can find a way to get your images if you decide
    you want to publish them on the web..... just the way it is.

    the Other Chuck





    "Mike C" <mike_cummings@btopenworld.com> wrote in message
    news:em70ng$sja3@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > Appart from screen dump (Print Screen) they cannot copy the flash file
    > images (unless someone else knows different?)
    >
    > Mike C
    >
    > "Shawn" <shawn@nospamtheforestryservice.com> wrote in message
    > news:em6tv9$s18128@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com ...
    > > Hey Dave,
    > >
    > > Does putting your photos in a flash gallery help protect them or are

    they
    > > still easy to gain a copy of? I guess I don't know enough about

    stealing!
    > >
    > > Thanks,
    > >
    > > Shawn
    > >
    > > "Dave@Web by Design, Inc." <dave_no@spam_wbdi.net> wrote in message
    > > news:em42kn$ioj1@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > >> I think Nancy's point is not whether there is a good reason to try to
    > >> protect the images from being copied (there are many valid reasons),

    but
    > >> rather that it simply can't be done. For all the reasons she mentioned,
    > >> if
    > >> someone wants the images...they will get them. Only the most novice

    user
    > >> will be stopped by a java script pop-up message. Once you post the

    image
    > > on
    > >> the Internet...it can be copied. The only way to make the image less
    > >> desirable to the "thieves" is to watermark it with a subtle copyright
    > >> notice. I deal with this issue for many of my clients...it's just a

    > > reality
    > >> they have to live with.
    > >>
    > >> Dave
    > >>
    > >>
    > >> "Per" <news-at-asset.dk> wrote in message
    > >> news:em3cds$fls2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > >> > Hi Nancy
    > >> >
    > >> > Its a long story (as you may know) but the case is that I represent a
    > >> > brand owner. I thus need a simple way of making it clear to people up
    > >> > front that if the want to make a copy of these pictures they are

    > > probably
    > >> > not aware of the rules regarding these matters.
    > >> >
    > >> > In general I am all for "public domain" and "open source", but people

    > > pay
    > >> > me huge sums (or at least a decent fee) to develop software and ideas

    > > for
    > >> > them - and such transactions are devaluated if anyone can have a free

    > > copy
    > >> > of the work I have made. Say the graphics I talk about was made by an
    > >> > artist, to illustrate some training materials, and if anyone can

    simply
    > >> > copy that it does not make much sense to pay the artist to do

    something
    > >> > unique (if your really *want* people to copy your work, it may be a
    > >> > good
    > >> > idea to protect it even more?)
    > >> >
    > >> > :-) So with that in mind I share these immortal words:
    > >> >
    > >> > What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the

    > > world
    > >> > remains and is immortal..
    > >> > - Albert Pine
    > >> >
    > >> > Regards Per
    > >> >
    > >> >
    > >> > "Nancy O" <nancyoshea1@NOSPAMverizon.net> skrev i en meddelelse
    > >> > news:em1hot$a2k1@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > >> >> Hi Per,
    > >> >>
    > >> >> This question comes up again and again. Why do you care if people
    > >> >> download
    > >> >> your graphics? You're publishing them on the web which means your

    > > images
    > >> >> automatically download into the user's cache for viewing. So even

    if
    > > you
    > >> >> use a JavaScript to disable right clicking, you aren't protecting

    your
    > >> >> images because anyone can lift images in a variety of ways:
    > >> >>
    > >> >> 1. simple screen grabbing program
    > >> >> 2. hitting the print scrn button on their keyboard
    > >> >> 3. viewing your source code to find the exact location of your image
    > >> >> files
    > >> >> 4. viewing the browser cache files.
    > >> >>
    > >> >> If you have intellectual property to protect, use low res thumbnail
    > >> >> images
    > >> >> and watermark your high res images with a photo editor. Also

    register
    > >> >> your
    > >> >> intellectual property with a service like

    http://www.protectrite.com/
    > >> >> and
    > >> >> place a copyright notice on your pages. That's the best you can

    do.
    > >> >>
    > >> >>
    > >> >> --Nancy
    > >> >>
    > >> >>
    > >> >>
    > >> >>
    > >> >>
    > >> >>
    > >> >> "Per" <news-at-asset.dk> wrote in message
    > >> >> news:em0r0f$6dt6@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > >> >>> Hi
    > >> >>>
    > >> >>> I want to protect my graphcis from download how can I disable the
    > >> >>> right-click on my pages, in general or spceficially on the

    graphcis?
    > >> >>> I
    > >> >>> CSS
    > >> >>> the way to go?
    > >> >>>
    > >> >>> regards Per
    > >> >>>
    > >> >>>
    > >> >>
    > >> >>
    > >> >
    > >> >
    > >>
    > >>

    > >
    > >

    >
    >




  9. #9
    Shawn
    Guest

    Default Re: Protect graphics

    Wow! I had no idea...

    Thanks for the eye opener Chuck.

    Shawn

    "the other Chuck" <chuckv@NOSPAMvalentinetool.com> wrote in message
    news:em75qr$t4g4@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > If you have a flash decompiler it's very easy to extract images, etc.

    Look
    > here: http://www.eltima.com/products/flashdecompiler/
    > Short of a watermark or killing the resolution to make them
    > unusable/undesirable, anyone can find a way to get your images if you

    decide
    > you want to publish them on the web..... just the way it is.
    >
    > the Other Chuck
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > "Mike C" <mike_cummings@btopenworld.com> wrote in message
    > news:em70ng$sja3@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > > Appart from screen dump (Print Screen) they cannot copy the flash file
    > > images (unless someone else knows different?)
    > >
    > > Mike C
    > >
    > > "Shawn" <shawn@nospamtheforestryservice.com> wrote in message
    > > news:em6tv9$s18128@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com ...
    > > > Hey Dave,
    > > >
    > > > Does putting your photos in a flash gallery help protect them or are

    > they
    > > > still easy to gain a copy of? I guess I don't know enough about

    > stealing!
    > > >
    > > > Thanks,
    > > >
    > > > Shawn
    > > >
    > > > "Dave@Web by Design, Inc." <dave_no@spam_wbdi.net> wrote in message
    > > > news:em42kn$ioj1@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > > >> I think Nancy's point is not whether there is a good reason to try to
    > > >> protect the images from being copied (there are many valid reasons),

    > but
    > > >> rather that it simply can't be done. For all the reasons she

    mentioned,
    > > >> if
    > > >> someone wants the images...they will get them. Only the most novice

    > user
    > > >> will be stopped by a java script pop-up message. Once you post the

    > image
    > > > on
    > > >> the Internet...it can be copied. The only way to make the image less
    > > >> desirable to the "thieves" is to watermark it with a subtle copyright
    > > >> notice. I deal with this issue for many of my clients...it's just a
    > > > reality
    > > >> they have to live with.
    > > >>
    > > >> Dave
    > > >>
    > > >>
    > > >> "Per" <news-at-asset.dk> wrote in message
    > > >> news:em3cds$fls2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > > >> > Hi Nancy
    > > >> >
    > > >> > Its a long story (as you may know) but the case is that I represent

    a
    > > >> > brand owner. I thus need a simple way of making it clear to people

    up
    > > >> > front that if the want to make a copy of these pictures they are
    > > > probably
    > > >> > not aware of the rules regarding these matters.
    > > >> >
    > > >> > In general I am all for "public domain" and "open source", but

    people
    > > > pay
    > > >> > me huge sums (or at least a decent fee) to develop software and

    ideas
    > > > for
    > > >> > them - and such transactions are devaluated if anyone can have a

    free
    > > > copy
    > > >> > of the work I have made. Say the graphics I talk about was made by

    an
    > > >> > artist, to illustrate some training materials, and if anyone can

    > simply
    > > >> > copy that it does not make much sense to pay the artist to do

    > something
    > > >> > unique (if your really *want* people to copy your work, it may be a
    > > >> > good
    > > >> > idea to protect it even more?)
    > > >> >
    > > >> > :-) So with that in mind I share these immortal words:
    > > >> >
    > > >> > What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and

    the
    > > > world
    > > >> > remains and is immortal..
    > > >> > - Albert Pine
    > > >> >
    > > >> > Regards Per
    > > >> >
    > > >> >
    > > >> > "Nancy O" <nancyoshea1@NOSPAMverizon.net> skrev i en meddelelse
    > > >> > news:em1hot$a2k1@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > > >> >> Hi Per,
    > > >> >>
    > > >> >> This question comes up again and again. Why do you care if people
    > > >> >> download
    > > >> >> your graphics? You're publishing them on the web which means your
    > > > images
    > > >> >> automatically download into the user's cache for viewing. So even

    > if
    > > > you
    > > >> >> use a JavaScript to disable right clicking, you aren't protecting

    > your
    > > >> >> images because anyone can lift images in a variety of ways:
    > > >> >>
    > > >> >> 1. simple screen grabbing program
    > > >> >> 2. hitting the print scrn button on their keyboard
    > > >> >> 3. viewing your source code to find the exact location of your

    image
    > > >> >> files
    > > >> >> 4. viewing the browser cache files.
    > > >> >>
    > > >> >> If you have intellectual property to protect, use low res

    thumbnail
    > > >> >> images
    > > >> >> and watermark your high res images with a photo editor. Also

    > register
    > > >> >> your
    > > >> >> intellectual property with a service like

    > http://www.protectrite.com/
    > > >> >> and
    > > >> >> place a copyright notice on your pages. That's the best you can

    > do.
    > > >> >>
    > > >> >>
    > > >> >> --Nancy
    > > >> >>
    > > >> >>
    > > >> >>
    > > >> >>
    > > >> >>
    > > >> >>
    > > >> >> "Per" <news-at-asset.dk> wrote in message
    > > >> >> news:em0r0f$6dt6@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    > > >> >>> Hi
    > > >> >>>
    > > >> >>> I want to protect my graphcis from download how can I disable the
    > > >> >>> right-click on my pages, in general or spceficially on the

    > graphcis?
    > > >> >>> I
    > > >> >>> CSS
    > > >> >>> the way to go?
    > > >> >>>
    > > >> >>> regards Per
    > > >> >>>
    > > >> >>>
    > > >> >>
    > > >> >>
    > > >> >
    > > >> >
    > > >>
    > > >>
    > > >
    > > >

    > >
    > >

    >
    >




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    Quote Originally Posted by Per View Post
    Hi

    I want to protect my graphics from download OGWhatsApp how can I disable the
    right-click on my pages, in general or specifically on the graphic's? I CSS
    the way to go?

    regards Per
    I'm pretty sure there must be a plugin available to do that, but if you now CSS then I think you have to use that instead of using Plugin.

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