Yep, but you might want to make sure and wait for another member to confirm it as I am not confident. Better yet, why don't you contact the iPage guys because they can give you an answer better...
Another question, if it's ok.
Is there anyway I can hide my "source" file. I have some friends that are writing html, and I need to be better then them, therefore I need it so they cant figure out how I did a certian thing on my website.
I KNOW it can be done, because once, many months ago, I saw it done. I swear I saw a iPage site where the "view source" was greyed out. but it's the Holy Grail. who know's what lies in wait in the source code, when ya can't even see the damn thing?! of course, had I known then what I know now, i'd be able to give a far better report on this elusive beast..
Just assume there IS no loch ness monster or little green men, and you'll be far happier throughout your life...
Damn...........oh well, hm can you or anyone else suggest a good place for free templates?..
Hm, I'm back again it seems....
Well I have another question. I'm done a iPage site for an "english" report for my grade 9 class..
On the left hand side where the links are, there seems to be a purple outine, surrounding the tables. The picture is actually a table in itself, and I guess when you link a whole table it makes a border? =(.
Check out this link for a list of free iPage website templates pages:.
The only way you can "hide" your source code, it to encrypt it. But then it will be very inconvenient and time-consuming to edit and update.....
You can remove the borders by adding the.
Attribute to your <img> tags..
OR (I think).
You can add the following to your CSS code:.
Oh sweet. Thanks man, I didnt know you could put that on an IMG tag. =)..
Well acutally I did, it's just I thought it had something to do with the table, well anyways Thanks..
I've been trying to find that iPage site I saw so long ago all night to no avail... I thought I found it, but the source was freely available, so it may actually have simply been a browser bug at the time..
However, I thought of an option: open a new window with no toolbars and insert a no right-click script. that'll make it a lot harder to get the source, although the code IS in the user's temp files, whether they know how to raid it or not...
Beats me! I always just google for a script personally...