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Jolavon

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I visited a site that had copyscape notice, and out of curiosity, tried to cut and paste. Couldn't do it, but was able to highlight the whole thing and copy and paste that way. (did not steal it, just wanted to see whether it had special protection :-).

I am interested to know if there is an easy way to keep people from cutting and pasting my content. I make a lot of effort to write great original articles on my blog - don't want them used elsewhere and someone else taking credit.

I have had articles stolen from my ezine articles and not given credit, though most do. Also had my name used for attracting traffic to completely unrelated sites I don't want to be associated with.

I am new to internet, so looking for voices of experience to guide me. Thanks!

stapel

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I am interested to know if there is an easy way to keep people from cutting and pasting my content.

There are Javascripts that will block right-click menues and/or "View Source" commands. Do a web search to find one that suits your taste.

Note: While many will object that these Javascripts are easy to get around, these scripts are, in my (admittedly limited) experience, surprisingly successful in deterring a very large portion of the people who try to scrape your site. After all, somebody who's too stupid to be able to think up his own content could easily be too dense to be able to defeat such simplistic tools.

Eliz.

Jolavon

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Thanks for your input. I will do a search and see what I come up with.

If you have any suggestions as to keywords to get this feature, let me know.

Best,
J

stapel

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If you have any suggestions as to keywords to get this feature, let me know.

I would have thought that good keywords for a search for a Javascript that prevents right-clicking or viewing the source might be "Javascript", "prevent", "right click", "view", and "source". But then, you obviously would have tried these, based on a casual review of my previous reply, and clearly these didn't come up with even one useful result.

So I'm afraid I'm out of ideas.    Sorry.

Eliz.

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Has anyone been defraud by member on Elance that goes by the alias aequitas? I've gotten legal agreements from him that has elements of findapropertydotcom terms and conditions and privacy policy

I too wish there was away to prevent con artists from copying another sites agreements and other web content.

Jarooka

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For anyone else who may need a "no right click" script.

http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex9/noright.htm

J.

WilliamK

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There is a wealth of copy protection resources at this site...

http://www.artistscope.com/code-snippets.asp

The no right click script works in both IE and Mozilla web browsers.

prahafx

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I am interested to know if there is an easy way to keep people from cutting and pasting my content.

There are Javascripts that will block right-click menues and/or "View Source" commands. Do a web search to find one that suits your taste.
Eliz.

Ctrl+A, Ctrl+C is easier for stealing the content.

I, too, don't know what to do. I have translated meny legends and articles from Czech for my site http://www.prahafx.narod.ru

I did it for people can read and know more about Prague. But Russian touristic firms and Russian guides in Prague steal the content for their own sites! Why they, who lives and work in Prague, don't translate themselves, why they steal my translations, when I live in Russia, and make money on my work?

Can anybody advice, what to do, please?

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