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I wonder if someone can help me with a trick or a way to protect the photographs we publish on a site built with Site Designer, especially when it's about a photographer. Thanks in advance!
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oscar machado wrote:
Hi.
I wonder if someone can help me with a trick or a way to protect the photographs we publish on a site built with Site Designer, especially when it's about a photographer. Thanks in advance!

Do you mean site designer (sd) or responsive site designer (rsd)
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Hi Oscar,
It all depends on what you consider protected. Anything published and available for view is at risk of being grabbed. A large water mark across the images is usually enough to discourage theft because of the time required to Photoshop it out.
I can't hear what I'm looking at.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

Here's my S-Drive site with
examples of what can be accomplished in VSD.
https://progrower.coffeecup.com/
Here's my CoffeeCup SCCP Shop with examples of what can be done.
https://progrower.coffeecup.com/shop/
This is a site I built for my work.(RSD)
http://esmansgreenhouse.com
This is a site I built for use in my job.(HTML Editor)
https://pestlogbook.com
This is my personal site used for testing and as an easy way to share photos.(RLM imported to RSD)
https://ericrohloff.com
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oscar machado wrote:
Hi.
I wonder if someone can help me with a trick or a way to protect the photographs we publish on a site built with Site Designer, especially when it's about a photographer. Thanks in advance!


As Eric says there is always a risk of anyone grabbing one,

There are other things that you can do without plastering a watermark over your images, and although some of the things are the same for SD or RSD some are different, which is why I asked which app you mean, because you posted in the forum for Responsive Site Designer, but mentioned: : "Site Designer" which are 2 different apps and 2 different ways to achieve the same results.

It is a bit fiddly and adds a bit of weight to the project file size and to be honest you can never really stop the determined ones just make it difficult & harder for them so they may give up before succeeding
oh and it also depends on which framework you are using in whichever app you are using
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Wayan Jaya wrote:
oscar machado wrote:
Hi.
I wonder if someone can help me with a trick or a way to protect the photographs we publish on a site built with Site Designer, especially when it's about a photographer. Thanks in advance!


As Eric says there is always a risk of anyone grabbing one,

There are other things that you can do without plastering a watermark over your images, and although some of the things are the same for SD or RSD some are different, which is why I asked which app you mean, because you posted in the forum for Responsive Site Designer, but mentioned: : "Site Designer" which are 2 different apps and 2 different ways to achieve the same results.

It is a bit fiddly and adds a bit of weight to the project file size and to be honest you can never really stop the determined ones just make it difficult & harder for them so they may give up before succeeding
oh and it also depends on which framework you are using in whichever app you are using


Thanks Wayan.
I'm using Responsive Site Designer. As you say, is almost impossible avoid the "determined" steal the images but if you make it difficult may be desist. Please let me know what's your advise. Thanks in advance !!
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oscar machado wrote:
Wayan Jaya wrote:
oscar machado wrote:
Hi.
I wonder if someone can help me with a trick or a way to protect the photographs we publish on a site built with Site Designer, especially when it's about a photographer. Thanks in advance!


As Eric says there is always a risk of anyone grabbing one,

There are other things that you can do without plastering a watermark over your images, and although some of the things are the same for SD or RSD some are different, which is why I asked which app you mean, because you posted in the forum for Responsive Site Designer, but mentioned: : "Site Designer" which are 2 different apps and 2 different ways to achieve the same results.

It is a bit fiddly and adds a bit of weight to the project file size and to be honest you can never really stop the determined ones just make it difficult & harder for them so they may give up before succeeding
oh and it also depends on which framework you are using in whichever app you are using


Thanks Wayan.
I'm using Responsive Site Designer. As you say, is almost impossible avoid the "determined" steal the images but if you make it difficult may be desist. Please let me know what's your advise. Thanks in advance !!


Take a look at https://tester.mawarputi.id it's a video about some ways to do it I am out at the moment but if you want I can do another showing more details on what to do.
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Sorry
That should be
https://mawarputih.id
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And it's not a video it's live
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