View Full Version : Help needed to disable "save as" under file menu
11-25-2004, 04:44 PM
[FONT=Tahoma]Can Any one help with this problem ?? we have disable right click running on our page but if you "save as" from the file menu the person can save the images and the site. we need to disable the save as option, can some one help us please?!! :confused:
I don't think you'll really find a way around this, seen as whenever someone views your website they effectively download all the content, including images, anyway. And it's even easier to leech images in Firefox with the 'Page Info' section which allows you to save any media you want. Even if you found a way around all this, it doesn't stop the user simply pressing print screen.
If you want to protect your images try using a watermark, or a small logo in the corner, and put a copyright notice on all the pages.
08-22-2005, 06:02 PM
Ah, who wouldn't trust a site which has nothing to do with it's URL to install an executable onto your system just to view it?
05-09-2006, 09:22 AM
Can Any one help with this problem ?? we have disable right click running on our page but if you "save as" from the file menu the person can save the images and the site. we need to disable the save as option, can some one help us please?!!
As I said: no es posible, señor. :)
Copyright is the only effective way to protect your content -- other than not uploading it to a webserver in the first place.
05-09-2006, 04:38 PM
that and like in every other thread on this - unless you are some super corporation like Google trying to protect its context search engine (secret of the trade) - there isnt a chance in heck your content is worth protecting to the extent that you need disable right click, encrypt your code, disable browser functions, etc...
and if it is, either it shouldnt be on the net, converted to an image or pdf, or even a pamphlet you have to get sent via (physical) mail for
05-09-2006, 07:29 PM
Can't. Be. Done.
sorry... just not gonna happen. really... it's been asked and asked and there is NO solution.
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