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I have a 60 page pdf document that I need to break down into 6 10 page chapters. Each chapter will be on a different web page. What is the best way to build these into my webpages so that the user can't copy and paste the text or download anything?

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You can't. Once it is in the browser the user can pretty much do whatever they want. You can play little tricks with JavaScript to prevent the user from selecting the text or prevent the right-click menu from showing up, but ultimately if the user wants to copy the content they can by using the browser's "show page source" menu to get at the raw HTML that is sitting in their browser.
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Thanks very much
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