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    SitePoint Wizard silver trophy Jeremy W.'s Avatar
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    Wow, where'd you dig this up from? It's 3 months old!

    Anyways, the site isn't so much down as experiencing an ASP Service error (Windows 2000).

    I'm sure the owner will become aware of ti, though you can feel free to pm/email him
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    I remembered this thread since the site had a neat trick. He overrode the default right click menu with his own. He said he'd post the code for it - I am curious how to do that to my site.

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    heh... i really want to see this site now...
    Last edited by platinum; Dec 20, 2001 at 15:32.

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    does anyone else know how to create your own right-click menu? There may be other ways to do it. I think he used graphics and javascript. Suppressed the current menu, then made a new menu.

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    Been tryin to see it as well and got nothin but ... nothing...

    Can't wait to see what is so great... and take a shot at getting the code he he he
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    DHTMLcentral.com used to have a script to generate right-click menus. you can always try with 24fun.com, dhtmlshock.com or even dynamicdrive.com. They got lots of dhtml codes that will do that kind of stuff.
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    I found this on google. There is a company out there who markets and sells something similar to this menu offering 90% protection for the code. They even disabled the view source in the menu system above somehow. But here is a simple one guys

    http://html_help4u.tripod.com/rc_menu.html
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    Thanks Maelstrom! I'll add it up in my cute little tool box!
    Last edited by cybercodeur; Dec 22, 2001 at 21:26.
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    While we're at it, is there anybody out there willing to share in on some great development sites for scripts? I'm talking DHTML, javascript or server side scripts like php, asp, etc.

    (maybe this oughta be a topic of its own...)
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    Hi Guys,

    I am once again flattered by everyones interest, and I promise to provide some code as soon as I have the time to stabalise it ever so slightly.

    I could offcourse also post my current code here, and have a team of people work on it together to make the code better and easier to use, and also more brower friendly. But before I can do this, I'll have to sort out the problem that I am currently experiencing with my web server. So I'll keep you guys posted, and let you know as soon as I have it back up again.
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    Originally posted by Maelstrom
    I found this on google. There is a company out there who markets and sells something similar to this menu offering 90% protection for the code.
    Really, show me the site that supposadly has safe source code... boy do I love those things

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    Originally posted by platinum

    Really, show me the site that supposadly has safe source code... boy do I love those things
    I really wish I could find it. ... hmmm I will try to look for it. I doubt very much it is full proof just very difficult
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    Originally posted by Maelstrom
    They even disabled the view source in the menu system above somehow.
    Hmm, wasn't diabled for me. Using IE6. That right-click menu was pretty cool, though. Not too useful, but still cool.

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    I have seen a few site up to this day that managed to disable view source comletely from the browsers. I have never thought about checking in NN to see if it works. Somedays, I get up and have this urging desire to crack whatever code it is, but as you might have guessed that ain't gonna happen on the site that uses it (huuummmm.....)

    While this reaaaaaallllllly stimulates my curiosity and my interest, I am still uncomfortable with the idea behind all this.

    We're talking about open code. There is something morally and selfishly wrong with hiding it. After all, we've all looked at sources to learn. Now that we're proficient, we'd hide ours from the views of those interested in how we've accomplished things? I believe in giving back, not grabbing until there's nothi8ng left (but I like grabbing too don't get me wrong).

    Therefore, I am very uncomfortable with the idea. Morally, as a communbity of web developpers that support one another, I think we should all ban it.

    But I still wanna learn how it's made... geeezzzz.
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    Anyone seen my cypher? OneChance's Avatar
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    If anyone finds a site that completely diables View Source, please post the URL. I have never seen this before.

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    Originally posted by OneChance
    Hmm, wasn't diabled for me. Using IE6. That right-click menu was pretty cool, though. Not too useful, but still cool.
    Well thats cause the site wasn't posted. That above code only creates a popup. Not disabling view source.
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    I know one it's in my bookmarks at the office. I will try to post it in tomorrow.
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    Originally posted by cybercodeur
    We're talking about open code. There is something morally and selfishly wrong with hiding it. After all, we've all looked at sources to learn. Now that we're proficient, we'd hide ours from the views of those interested in how we've accomplished things? I believe in giving back, not grabbing until there's nothi8ng left (but I like grabbing too don't get me wrong).

    Therefore, I am very uncomfortable with the idea. Morally, as a communbity of web developpers that support one another, I think we should all ban it.
    Fully agreed... Information and knowledge should be available to the world, and the only way that this will happen is if we make and keep it available.
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    Pip.co.za up and running. Content is still old, but inhevitable updates shall occur

    Before I go any further... I need to clear a few things up.

    Firstly, as mentioned in some of my previous posts, this attempt was not implemented to hide any of my code and/or content. To an extend, it does however avoid people from stealing graphics, since I've also added scripts to not allow draging and all the bells and whistles that goes along with that. The reason I've created my own menu is to keep a consistant look and feel throughout my site. I think it's been accomplished and, with a little bit of extra typing, I'm sure it can be debugged to be browser-compatibility-correct, since I have not had much time for testing on other systems and applications.
    Furthermore, the scripts are very raw at present, and a lot of cleaning up is needed.

    Also, should you be using any of the functions, I'd appreacite at least some consideration for my work, by letting me know that you'll be using it, and possibly some suggestions on how WE can improve what's been done so far.

    Thus, I've now added the "View Source" function to my DHTML Menu (Thank you Jeremy W.), and you should, with a little bit of reading, be able to get to my script files.

    I think the only reason people get a little bit cheesed off with other people using their scripts is because everyone wants to take credit for everything they find. Teamwork sounds like a brilliant idea to me!

    My Graphics are currently also in a bit of a mess, but that's not what anyone is after anyway right?

    Hope you guys learn something from it, and let me know what you come up with.

    PS. Make sure to Hold down Ctrl and Press F5, if you've visited the site before. This should retrieve the latest content from my server, instead of cached pages.
    Last edited by pip; Jan 3, 2002 at 05:54.
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    Thumbs up Wow! It's very nice!

    I'm looking at it right now! Damn, I've never seen a right click menu that beautiful before! Very nice work indeed!
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    Re: Pip.co.za up and running. Content is still old, but inhevitable updates shall occur

    Beautiful. That is the perfect excuse for manipulating the right click. I personally think every site should change that menu. As long as they leave on the essentials. It would make it that much more professional
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    That is really cool. Nice job Pip.


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