var sidebar_align = 'right';
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I'm starting up a modeling site, so I'm looking to protect the images as best as possible. How does one go about preventing users from right-clicking?
Here are some options to look at:
Of course none of these are going to be 100% effective.
Completessl.com High Assurance ssl certificates
OneStep ssl certificates
I know Flickr uses flash to load the images, which might be nicer than trying to disabling the right click. But nothing you can do will disable the print screen button. Bottom line, if someone want to get the images they will be able to.
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