Text content must be uncopyable

Hi,

i need to make a web page that must be uncopyable With or without
Javascript

For example i searched

http://www.learnerstv.com/lecturenotes/lecturenotes.php?note=44&cat=Physics

But this is not the best option i feel
which tool should i use Flash or etc
Can you please tell me how i can i do so

Any Gem plugin

Thanks in advance

On May 21, 2011, at 7:13 AM, Rajeev kannav wrote:

But this is not the best option i feel
which tool should i use Flash or etc
Can you please tell me how i can i do so

Any Gem plugin

Thanks in advance

This is functionally impossible. In order to display content, a
browser must download it. If you don’t want it copied, don’t publish
it on the Web.

Walter

did you looked at the link i given above

Thanks

Thanks but i need to do something like this screenshot is fine any idea
how
to do this

On May 21, 2011, at 11:55 AM, rajeevsharma86 wrote:

This is functionally impossible. In order to display content, a
browser must download it. If you don’t want it copied, don’t publish
it on the Web.

Walter

re-nesting your top-post

did you looked at the link i given above

Thanks

Yes. This is Flash. I can still take screenshots of it while it’s
running, and even if they kink the screenshot control keys, I can set
Grab to do a timed screenshot. When I say functionally impossible, I
mean in the face of a sufficiently motivated visitor. If you don’t
want to share it, don’t share it. Don’t break the Web.

Walter

Any one else please suggest…
Thanks in advance

On Sat, May 21, 2011 at 10:21 PM, rajeevsharma86

Thanks matt

but if some one is scanning flash and extracting text then its fine
just i want to do this

On May 22, 9:31am, rajeevsharma86 [email protected] wrote:

Any one else please suggest…
Thanks in advance

What part of “not possible” are you unclear on? Even the Flash files
can be scanned and the text extracted - the Learnerstv link you posted
shows up in Google searches. More info on that here:

http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2008/06/improved-flash-indexing.html

BTW, the original link you’ve posted also looks like they’re
stealing content:

http://www.pa.msu.edu/~pratts/phy232/lectures/resistors/ohmslaw.html

complete with references (in the next section) to tables in a
“text”…

–Matt J.

Thanks man Great Any oTher

On May 22, 9:31 am, rajeevsharma86 [email protected] wrote:

Any one else please suggest…
Thanks in advance

It’s really very simple, if you don’t want the user to be able to copy
text, then just don’t ever display it to the user–there is no other
solution to your “problem”.


Scott R.
[email protected]
http://www.elevated-dev.com/
(303) 722-0567 voice

This is a really very absurd requirement.

The guy is saying that he is fine with the end users taking a screenshot
of
the page, but he doesn’t want the users to simply copy and paste the
text in
txt files.
I know the requirement is absurd.
But, just rephrasing the question for others to have a better idea of
what
you want.

In my opinion, there is no gem/plugin for anything like this and why
should
be.
You are asking people in the wrong area, this is something that deals
with
the presentational aspect of the text, so put up the question on HTML,
javascript forums.

On Sun, May 22, 2011 at 10:44 AM, rajeevsharma86
[email protected]wrote:

Thanks man Great Any oTher

No. We’re done with this topic. I think the answer has been pretty
clear. If
you don’t mind people screen capturing the Flash text then use Flash.
Every
other option, including gems, will give you a text response that can be
copied or manipulated even before JavaScript is loaded or in some cases
by
passing JavaScript totally.

Anything posted to the Internet can be copied. This is why financial
institutions do not allow for the posting of certain information to
their
websites and online banking applications.

B.

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