*Christian* wrote:Hello everyone,
Yesterday when coding up my newest site it occurred to me, "To what extent do people protect their site". By protect, i don't mean the obvious security risks, i mean using Codes to stop people doing certain things.
Yesterday i incorporated 2 JS codes, 1) Prevent Right-Click 2) Disable the selection of text and images. You're probably thinking why, well i spent a lot of time on Dreamweaver and Photoshop getting everything set up, and of course a few hours adding content - it seemed a shame that people could come up to my site and with a few clicks "steal" my hard work. Now, i don't have to worry about that, the only method of taking content would be to print screen and re-type everything out, and even now i'm figuring out to how disable the "PrntScrn" button.
So...to what extent would/do you protect your website?
Those 2 things are absouletely useless in this day and age, even a 6 year old could by-pass those (You seen the I'm a PC ads right?)
2) Use the "menu" key on keyboard....
Your best bet of protection, is not that. How I protect my websites is simple. If someone copies it.. oh well, I'll just put out the word that they simply copied, and thus word spreads, and in the end people know it's just a copy.
And then, add more, and better content to my own. Thus outbeating them.
As for what I would do if someone took my site down.. I'd get revenge