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how to hide html code on my website


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daabomb2002

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Hi,

I have a website http://www.linkdumptube.com and when i browse to it using IE and click View source,i can see all my html code. Does anyone know of any software that can hide my html code?

Thanks
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mpfeif101

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No.

Besides why would you want to? Let people learn from you.
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Major Payne

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There is some software out there that will "hide" your code, but anyone that knows can recover what you've written. After all, the browser has to present it to the viewer and it's not worthwhile taking the extra steps to TRY to hide your code. For your viewers that may not have any knowledge, you can try a text to ascii/ascii to text application. Total encryption would work, but only for those you give the public access key to. Waste of time as even the search engines will give up on you.

Ron
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Michael

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Removing every line break would be an option. But what ever you do, I could still get ever thing out of your page in 5 seconds (I just timed myself).

Besides it does not look like your useing any "cutting edge" HTML, if that even exists.
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