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How to Hide Javascript code ?

Posted on 1998-01-18
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How to hide a javascript code in an html page from a surfer view.
what doesn't it take.

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You can't completely hide it from a deteremined surfer, because it needs to be downloaded to the client in order to run.  You can put all your functions into one frame, and make that frame 0 width. Thereby making it more difficult to find.
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Can you please be more specific. How about calling a function <javascript ="whatever.js"> and put the file somewhere on the server. How would that work ?

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