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dexter4000 says

Currently putting the final touches on my file, and considering what I ought to put into the documentation – was wondering though whether there is a CSS “scrambler” out there that I’m just not finding? I’d like to have a live preview but I really don’t want people to be able to just right-click > save my hard work rather than paying X amount for the whole thing. I have checked out the files already up for purchase and I can see that some of the authors haven’t even considered this. This worries me a bit for their sake!!!

I was thinking into that too but i dont think there’s a way to scramble css. You can scramble your html file tho.

Just a idea…

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pixelnourish says


Currently putting the final touches on my file, and considering what I ought to put into the documentation – was wondering though whether there is a CSS “scrambler” out there that I’m just not finding? I’d like to have a live preview but I really don’t want people to be able to just right-click > save my hard work rather than paying X amount for the whole thing. I have checked out the files already up for purchase and I can see that some of the authors haven’t even considered this. This worries me a bit for their sake!!!

I was thinking into that too but i dont think there’s a way to scramble css. You can scramble your html file tho.

Just a idea…

No real need to scramble the HTML , as the file people would want is the CSS one. The HTML file is just to show what you’ve done with the CSS .

On a side note, I’ve got mine in the queue! Huzzah :) Surprised at how quick some people were able to do theirs (and a few people have multiples already also!). Kudos.

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JMDDesigns says

Currently putting the final touches on my file, and considering what I ought to put into the documentation – was wondering though whether there is a CSS “scrambler” out there that I’m just not finding? I’d like to have a live preview but I really don’t want people to be able to just right-click > save my hard work rather than paying X amount for the whole thing. I have checked out the files already up for purchase and I can see that some of the authors haven’t even considered this. This worries me a bit for their sake!!!

In all fairness, my other CSS -related products are all Video Previewed, but, I always look at it as “If you support the author, purchase it” kinda thing. I don’t condole that attitude with any other products, but I want people to be able to get the full feel, as videos don’t always do justice. I think there are ways to hide your CSS using PHP , but it’s a long, long road. I found a tool not so long back that converted tags into long complicating numbers and letters, and also for the HTML . I need to find it again. ASAP . Haha.

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pixelnourish says


Currently putting the final touches on my file, and considering what I ought to put into the documentation – was wondering though whether there is a CSS “scrambler” out there that I’m just not finding? I’d like to have a live preview but I really don’t want people to be able to just right-click > save my hard work rather than paying X amount for the whole thing. I have checked out the files already up for purchase and I can see that some of the authors haven’t even considered this. This worries me a bit for their sake!!!
In all fairness, my other CSS -related products are all Video Previewed, but, I always look at it as “If you support the author, purchase it” kinda thing. I don’t condole that attitude with any other products, but I want people to be able to get the full feel, as videos don’t always do justice. I think there are ways to hide your CSS using PHP , but it’s a long, long road. I found a tool not so long back that converted tags into long complicating numbers and letters, and also for the HTML . I need to find it again. ASAP . Haha.

Do share the PHP tool if you find it again! :)

I agree – I wanted to let visitors “play” with the demo rather than watch a dodgy little video. I’m hoping people realise it isn’t a lot of money and don’t rip us off!

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tahadaf says

That’s cool, just got in :)

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CodBits says

Only three more items are left,

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varcolac1000 says

Only three more items are left,

That is :) 20 Bootstrap skins.

But there are more items left to be accepted on codecanyon !

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Devoth says

Great entries guys. I’m very happy mine was accepted as well, that was a close call, I’ve submitted it when 17 were already accepted. Phew… :whistle:

Good luck with sales everyone!

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coldsplash says

Aaaawh!!! guess I’m late for this.. :(

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ShaneFreer Staff says

Hi there! Not quite over yet, not all authorization forms have been received! If you have entered, please make sure you have submitted your authorization form. Still time to enter and one prize up for grabs for anyone still thinking about submitting!

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