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Hello, I've just created my first site with iweb. I have various pictures on it. The question is, is there a way to stop people downloading the pictures from my site? you know when they right click there is no option to save as a file.
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I can't give you a concrete example of how to do this but I can tell you that most, if not all, examples of how to do this can be bypassed. I saw a JS script once that prevented righ-clicking but all you had to do to get around it was hold down the left button and then right-click. Plus, people can still take a screenshot or on a Mac, push Shift-Command-4 and then, using the crosshairs, select the picture.

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