var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
seems like i can only protect my html pages only though...
is there any way to hide WAP pages codes?
There is absolutely no point in 'encrypting' HTML or WML files. It is pretty easy to get the final code back if you know how to.
WML is a very strict language due to phone memory capacity so it's unlikely you will be able to run any of these things on WML pages.
i dont see any point hiding the code to users, if you've eventually done it and made it compatible to general cell phones, ppl can still request the pages by using fake cell phone user agent and grab the source code to their computers
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