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    Default Need to right-click protect images

    We have someone that we believe will be attempting to steal our product images that my client took himself, with his own camera, in his own home.

    We have been using, on HTML sites (non-cart sites) a javascript for right-click preventing .... and the code goes within the head tags.

    Is this something I can do for Zencart or do you think it will break the code of the cart?

    This is kind of urgent so any help would be great appreciated.

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    Default Re: Need to right-click protect images

    LOL ... Disabling right-click doesn't stop anybody from stealing images if they really want them.

    But, if you feel that right-click disabling is adequate protection, simply drop in a script to do it. There are several discussions of the same matter elsewhere on the forum, including in the "Similar Threads" section at the bottom of this page.
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    Default Re: Need to right-click protect images

    if someone really want the image..

    you can do a PRT SCR and go to photoshop and vola paste it and have the image..

    Sorry about that.. but like DrByte said there are many was around it..

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    Default Re: Need to right-click protect images

    Ha, my 12 year old can pluck it from the source while texting

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    Default Re: Need to right-click protect images

    Well, I do have Image Handler 2 installed (on all zencarts I do), but for some reason, the watermarking capability isn't working on this one site.

    Ok, just cause I've been sick all day and I just too tired to think ... what file has the <head> section for the cart so I can stick in the javascript we typically use? At least this will give us a temporary blocking measure until I can get the watermarking to work ... or something else better comes along.

    EDIT - oh, and I keep forgetting about the similar threads listing since they are SO far below the normal functions (out of eye-shot) ... thanks for the reminder ... off to peruse them.

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    Default Re: Need to right-click protect images

    Quote Originally Posted by beyre View Post
    ... what file has the <head> section for the cart so I can stick in the javascript we typically use?
    Don't touch the HEAD section!!!!!!!!!

    Use the automated plugin capability for javascript support: http://www.zen-cart.com/wiki/index.p...s_-_Javascript
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