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    Which method is sequre?

    How to Encrypt an html file?
    which method is better?

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    Why do you require this HTML file encrypted?
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    i need just encrypt, its possible?

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    Sure, a .html file is nothing but a text file containing hypertext markup language and content - it's all plain text.

    I imagine anything capable of encrypting a text file [or any file] would be capable of doing it.
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    In such cases "Google" is your ally.
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    http://www.1pagedesign.com/html_encrypter/

    Honestly there are a few different sites that do this. But there really isn't one that can't be decrypted from a simple copy and paste.

    The only method I can think of to properly hide the code is using php.

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    Just be aware that anyone who can view the web page in a browser will also be able to get the original HTML. People often want to "encrypt" HTML so others can't view / steal the page source: it's impossible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by techjr View Post
    http://www.1pagedesign.com/html_encrypter/

    Honestly there are a few different sites that do this. But there really isn't one that can't be decrypted from a simple copy and paste.

    The only method I can think of to properly hide the code is using php.
    The site you produced, I found one to decrypt it - not unless that is what you meant in your posting
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sparrow-Sean View Post
    The site you produced, I found one to decrypt it - not unless that is what you meant in your posting
    Yeah. Every html encrypter can be decrypted using multiple sites in seconds.

    I don't think there is anything that would protect the files unless you had some sort of costume module or software to read some form of custom encryption.

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    You're in the hosting forum, do you mean encrypt the source, as others are discussing, or do you mean SSL certificate?

    If the former then trying to protect html code is going to be ultimately fruitless. After all, the browser needs to be able to read the file.

    SSL certificate is a different thing altogether and you would install that through your host.

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    In short, you cant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoid View Post
    In short, you cant.
    Of course. And it's not necessary I think.

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