Type of Program: Webpage Tools
Supported Platforms: Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista
Company or Authors Name: Wulfsoft
Price: $ 34.95
Installed Size: 3.68 Mb
The installation of HTML Guard is easy and intuitive, you can
place the program files where you want them. The program is available in either
English or German.
HTML Guard is for protecting your website content against copying. The process
is really simple, you add your pages either one by one or add a whole folder at
a time. It is made even easier by the use of a Wizard that leads you right
through the process.
Here are the choices you have when you are processing your files:
You can prevent images and text from being copied and saved by use of the right
click button (context menu).
You can prevent images and text from being selected and copied using the mouse.
You can prevent images and text from being copied using the "Image Toolbar" in
You can prevent images and text from being cached on search engine servers.
Keep users from printing your pages.
Keep users from saving pages using the "Save As" menu item in the browser.
Keep users from using shortcuts to copy and save page contents or to access the
You can protect your pages from being crawled and indexed by search engines.
You can protect your pages from being trapped in some other site's frame.
You can protect your pages from being hosted under a different domain.
You can encrypt the complete contents of your webpages.
You can encrypt only embedded email links.
You can also decide not to encrypt anything.
Of course you realize that once you have processed those files not even you can
change them. So you keep your original files separate from the processed ones
for the day when you want to change them. HTML Guard's Wizard warns you about
this and gives you the option to create another folder to store the processed
I hope that you are impressed because I certainly am! HTML Guard does it all,
does it a user friendly manner and at a price that is very reasonable. I
heartily recommend it.
Try It! Buy It!
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Reviewed by Helen Blyn