Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an anything. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could answer your iPage question..
Ya might try this for protection of code..
Also, I did visit a iPage site recently that explained how to protect graphics also.. I'll have to see if I can find that.. Can't remember what url it was..for the graphics protection..
Here's the link & tutorial....
Protect your website's SOURCE CODE !!.
Just a not on something I seen at you link..
Artistscope Image Protection - It took my Son less then 30 seconds to get one of thier 'Protected' images, asked if I wanted to email it to them...
Yeah the one in the java applet is easy. but it gives people ideas..
Also the first line says.
"No image or webpage content is 100% safe on the Internet. Bottom line, if you see it on your monitor, it can be copied"..
This is really not for the average website, but I went to a iPage site that would let you see a satellite image of your home, not a real good image but it was interesting..
Now this image was loaded by an applet that would not allow screen captures (they sell you a hard copy if you want one), I have no idea how it's done (besides the applet) but that was the only time I was unable to get an image short of holding up a camera to the screen and taking a picture of it. Screen capture and print screen both would not work and the image was not loaded in local cache and there was no URL to try and link to to get the image..
But on the whole, it is usless to try and protect images from being stolen on the internet. Post pictures that you really don't mind if they get swiped, or post small images of pictures you don't want swiped and used. This is the principal reason that not too many serious artists like to post their images on the internet, too easy to steal them...
You can protect your source code using the following script..
It does work but if you do a full page you lose any pics so best to do it in chunks...
Already been mentioned and easily decoded..
No possible way to protect you stuff you put on the net. period......