interesting anti-copy mechanisms.

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  1. Guest

    , Nov 2, 2007
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  2. dorayme Guest

    In article
    <>,
    wrote:

    > http://www.franzkafka.de/franzkafka/die_frauen/julie_wohryzek/457352
    >
    > The header image is somehow "masked", with the leer.gif
    > very nice. Never saw it before
    >
    > This is elegant, soft content-hiding. Many sites try to hide some
    > content, so i hope this is not out topic...
    >
    > L


    The image is a background image, it is not masked? Author is
    using spacer gifs all over the show. Anyway, someone should tell
    him the show breaks bad when user font-size is not what he
    expects...

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    dorayme, Nov 2, 2007
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  3. On Nov 2, 7:47 am, wrote:

    > http://www.franzkafka.de/franzkafka/die_frauen/julie_wohryzek/457352
    >
    > The header image is somehow "masked", with the leer.gif
    > very nice. Never saw it before
    >
    > This is elegant, soft content-hiding.


    The same trick is used by Google Book Search. Casual content thieves
    will probably decide to go somewhere else; a determined content thief
    will easily defeat this trick, though.

    If you use Firefox and have the Web Developer extension installed, the
    image can be accessed via the "View Image Information" item on the
    "Images" menu. Nice and easy!

    > Many sites try to hide some
    > content, so i hope this is not out topic...


    That should be "off-topic", not "out topic"! {grin}


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    AGw.
     
    AGw. (Usenet), Nov 2, 2007
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  4. Sparky Guest

    On Nov 2, 10:31 am, "AGw. (Usenet)" <>
    wrote:
    > On Nov 2, 7:47 am, wrote:
    >
    > >http://www.franzkafka.de/franzkafka/die_frauen/julie_wohryzek/457352

    >
    > > The header image is somehow "masked", with the leer.gif
    > > very nice. Never saw it before

    >
    > > This is elegant, soft content-hiding.

    >
    > The same trick is used by Google Book Search. Casual content thieves
    > will probably decide to go somewhere else; a determined content thief
    > will easily defeat this trick, though.
    >
    > If you use Firefox and have the Web Developer extension installed, the
    > image can be accessed via the "View Image Information" item on the
    > "Images" menu. Nice and easy!
    >
    > > Many sites try to hide some
    > > content, so i hope this is not out topic...

    >
    > That should be "off-topic", not "out topic"! {grin}
    >
    > --
    > AGw.


    thats creepy
    never seen that before
     
    Sparky, Nov 2, 2007
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