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Members that I have assigned access to my website will access webpages locally and on the network. On my website I want to protect my webpages from being printed or saved to disk from members.

What steps can I take to ensure that students aren't allowed to print or save a document?

Your help is greatly appreciated
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Hi jwilliams,

I know this is not the answer you want to hear but you can't protect html code or images from being copied or printed off the net, the only way to protect your stuff is chmod -r filename, but if you do that then no one will even see it.

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Thanks for your help.


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