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Is there any way I hide the source code of my homepage from visitors?
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No.  There is no way you can hide the HTML code from a user, you can though do one of two things that I know of.  You can either make your code so complex so confusing so disorganized that the user won't be able to figure your page out, or you could write an ASP script in VBScript, that way the user will only see the resulting page, not the code to get that resulting page.
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