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hi, i would like to know how you make a logo un copyable, if you go to
http://youtube.com and try and save the logo you cant. how do you do that?

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al

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http://www.billybear4kids.com/clipart... Here is a no right click code. There are ways around the no right click but I suppose every little bit helps. Not sure if these codes work on synthasite as I havent tried them but worth an effort.
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this still does not answer my question but thanks for the info, go on the youtube homepage, and right click on the YouTube logo on the homepage and see what it says, thats wat i want mine to do...

al

http://comedy-classics.synthasite.com
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We have a detailed answer on this forum - How do I stop people right-clicking and saving Images - http://getsatisfaction.com/SynthaSite...

There are javascripts out there that can catch the mouse right-click event and prevent the user from being able to right-click and download the images. However, any somewhat savvy user can easily by-pass these scripts, and they mess with the over-all usability of your website; and as such are not recommended. For a more detailed discussion of this topic see: How do I stop downloading - http://www.jamesshuggins.com/h/web1/h...

The good news however, is that there are other ways to protect your pictures, and make sure that you get suitable credit where credit is due:

1) Watermark the images:
This is the most effective way to ensure that another user cannot take your pictures and use them as their own - and what is better, if they do take the pictures and use them on their own website, they will effectively be advertising your work for you for free. If you are selling your work; what many people do is provide low-resolution watermarked images on the site, with an order form for people to request the larger unmarked images.

2) Publish your pictures under a license:
Creative commons provides an easy way for you to choose a license for your work. Check out their license generator: Creative Commons - http://creativecommons.org/license/
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thats still helpfull and im goint to do that but i want it to be like the youtube.com logo. can this be done?