How to avoid seeing page source using Firefox button > Web Developer > View Page Source
I want to hide my page source from users. I have disabled Ctrl+A, Ctrl+V, Ctrl+C, Ctrl+U. I disabled right click also. Now i want to protect my page source from Firefox->Tools-> Web Developer->page source option. Is it possible?
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hello, no it won't be possible to "hide" the source code of a page, this kind of openness is just part of how the web works. users with technical knowledge will also have the possibility to work around your right-click and key-combination restrictions...
Thanks for your answer.By using the source page they can download the image and contents. So there is no use of disabling right click and Ctrl+C.... etc. Is it any other way to hide my page source? Could you please help me?
This support forum is geared toward Firefox users, not web development support.
You might try posting at the Web Development / Standards Evangelism forum at MozillaZine.
You'll need to register and login to be able to post in that forum.
Note that you can easily see the page source by prefixing an URL with the view_source: protocol.
Note that you can save images via "Tools > Page Info > Media", even images that are 'hidden' via a transparent image on top of them.