hi all, i am trying to publish various 'art work'on the web, i dont want to use scripts or 'right click disable', i am going for the simple option of applying a watermark, then flatening and putting on my site - id also appriciate any other suggestions to make my images more 'theft proof'.
On the spelling front professional, not proffesional. There's something mildly pear shaped with your right click disable, while it works fine on IE, Firefox gives the pop-up, but still permits the right click menu to work. Probably worth asking one of the HTML gurus on the Webdesign forum if there's a fix. One small criticism, the Flyers and Logos page is pretty big, nobody on dial up is going to hang around long enough for it to load. Have you thought of trying thumbnails linking to the full sized image, or subdividing the page into themes of some kind ?
My son is a graphic designer as well and I have pointed out spelling mistakes a number of times, I ask him why he and other designers don't compose in Word then cut and paste since currently graphic and web design progs don't seem to have heard of incoporating spell-checking (not the ones he uses anyway).
Another thing, careful with the WB. Big American corps are notoriously litigious regarding trade marks and perceived infringements in the use thereof. If you don't have their permission to reproduce it, they can and will put you out of business in a split second.
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