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Yesterday, i got a message from my marketplace profile, one guy told me one of my file is unauthorized sharing. he want to charge me for removing the sharing links.

at first i am shocked by the sharing links, because my file is html template. it’s all about html/javascript/css. all static things. it means my file can be ripped by a rip crawler.

so i downloaded my file from the sharing links. and check them. finally i am :) that i have used a way to protected my file. combine all the javascript/css files to one file and minify them to one line. also minify the html.

What’s your way to protect your html files?

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