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Sitebase says

I don’t say it’s 100% safe but I’m sure it will stop more than 50% of the copycats.

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Ivor Envato team says
I don’t say it’s 100% safe but I’m sure it will stop more than 50% of the copycats.

Yes – something is better than nothing :)

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campolar says
I don’t say it’s 100% safe but I’m sure it will stop more than 50% of the copycats.

I could copy paste taht css into ms expression web, right click and select reformat css, and that’ll fix everything.

Meanwhile, i have got another idea. This may make the demos a bit slow, but will be worth it. The copycat is going to have a hard time if he tries to null it. I haven’t tested it yet. Will do today with some simple css IA. If it works, i’ll report back here, and then i’d need some gurus help (maybe jeff?) :D

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@campolar: What you say proves that it’s secures the CSS somehow, because if you just copy the CSS from the CSS file it would not work. There is a big part of the CSS that is parsed inline.

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campolar says
@campolar: What you say proves that it’s secures the CSS somehow, because if you just copy the CSS from the CSS file it would not work. There is a big part of the CSS that is parsed inline.

O_o…

anyways, i’m also trying something out… hope it works ;)

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Daan says

I was already wondering how they were going to protect the buttons they requested for the CSS category ;)

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