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FrancisLightHouse
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CodingJack said
Hey Billy, I’ve been using a method written by Radykal. Send me an email and I’ll send you the script.

Can you post a link to the script that you use, so other authors can protect are scripts or e-mail me too.

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amzee
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  • Minify CSS /JS/XHTML :)
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UKFilmFestivals
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writing as a purchaser, and ignoring the fact that I would pay as it is the right thing to do, paying for the item then gives you the ability to have support.

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Endat
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You could try my HTML compiler… but there is no 100% safe way to keep people from copying something that their computer has already downloaded.. so if my sales were depending on it, I would make a video instead of a live preview.

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Australia
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I was thinking the other day, for protecting css that is.

Use php to generate 5 random id,s

Then use lesscss to utilise those random id,s

Then split your css file into say three css files and add trig points within each that reference the different css files, like a @import.

Then each time preview is run the ids are different, and unless you know the id.s which have a htaccess rewrite then the css file would become useless or painstakingly annoying to decrypt.

Or was i on another planet at the time lol

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aaranmcguire
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I was thinking the other day, for protecting css that is.

Use php to generate 5 random id,s

Then use lesscss to utilise those random id,s

Then split your css file into say three css files and add trig points within each that reference the different css files, like a @import.

Then each time preview is run the ids are different, and unless you know the id.s which have a htaccess rewrite then the css file would become useless or painstakingly annoying to decrypt.

Or was i on another planet at the time lol

Thaaaatttt… sounds… complex haha

did a quick google search, this looks interesting.. http://www.n1studios.net/tutorials/php/css-file-protection.html

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Australia
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Gonna try that.

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aaranmcguire
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Gonna try that.

it work? from looking at the code it should work, but have not tested it my self.

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Australia
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Not yet its just before 6 am lol, even i dont function at the mo.

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aaranmcguire
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Just tested it, it kinda works but still not 100%

http://aaran.eu/Tests/ProtectCSS/index.php http://aaran.eu/Tests/ProtectCSS/style.css

but when you do it though the source code on chrome it does not set the session stuff so it does not work.

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