Restricting HTML source code access for an internal, IE-only web site
Posted on 2007-09-30
here's the lowdown
Im about to roll out an ASP-based Intranet for my school. Some of the kids here are quite savvy, so Id like to find a way to keep them from *easily* reading the HTML source code of the pages they see. We're all using IE7, so there are no Mozilla needs.
I know all about how you can't prevent HTML source code from being read, but do the same rules apply for an internal site where all users are on IE7 and I have control over their browser settings, account settings, etc? Is it possible to use a GPO, Active X control, or some other IE-specific feature to prevent users from seeing the HTML source, or am I still subject to the same problems of source-hiding as my extranet couterparts?
Thanks in advance for any help...