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    Can we hide our Source code using php

    How to hide our source code which appears in browser when we right click our mouse or just by clicking the view option at the top.The page should be blank and also how to make the url to be unique i.e beck.com means it should be like that only for each page we visit.How can we do this using PHP coding.Please help me.

    Also whether we can compile PHP.
    Last edited by sathish_php; Apr 29, 2006 at 01:01. Reason: spelling mistake and color change

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    The code when you click 'view source' is only html, I doubt there is any known possible way of hiding it nd I dont understand why you would want to.

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    You can't make no HTML come up, because no HTML = no webpage.

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    I just want to know whether there is a possibility for hiding, since many of them are asking.I could'nt reply properly. View Source Okay we cant means, Unique URL using php? The same url must be there throughout the website . Also whether we can compile PHP, What is that PHC Php Compiler , what is purpose of that?


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    Quote Originally Posted by sathish_php
    Unique URL using php?
    That would have to be handled at the web server level using something like Apache's mod_rewrite

    Quote Originally Posted by sathish_php
    Also whether we can compile PHP,
    I know there are a few tools that 'claim' do do this, but I am not sure if any really work yet. Your best bet would be to get one and try it out.
    I know there is a GTK+ package for making php based desktop apps.


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