On Thu, 20 Dec 2007 22:48:17 +0000, Nick Roper wrote:
> Is this possible to achieve in a way that is standards-compliant - or 
> indeed in any way at all? One suggestion has been to apply a 
> transparent image over the results table - but not sure if this could 
> be done with CSS etc?

You can make it *harder* to do things like this, but you can't 
completely stop determined and skilled people.
If nothing else, they can always take a screen dump of the window and 
drop the image somewhere else.

Lots of techniques can be used - the invisible image layer over is one.
Writing the page with gobbledygook javascript is another.

A strong but polite copyright message will work for some percentage of 
people.

But all of them will only slow people down - once you've published on 
the internet the content is out there  and it is impossible to 
completely prevent reuse.

warmly,
Lea
-- 
Lea de Groot
Elysian Systems
Brisbane, Australia


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