[thelist] Copyright Infringement - Client Posted Website UsingaComp (prior to payment)

evolt at zamba.com evolt at zamba.com
Wed Nov 19 17:26:05 CST 2003

Yep, using httrack I did this on a client's dynamic gallery site when
they wanted to have a CD running on a couple of PCs at the museum along
with a real life exhibition. There was no opportunity to set up
anything, it simply had to be all on the CDs ready to go. Easy-peasy!


Tony Page

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> From: Keith Underdown
> Isn't this an issue that is solved by using server side  generation 
>and dynamic pages and links? I use an  index.php which gets rendered 
>according to the  parameters pased in the rest of the URL. It would
> require the thief to generate all the pages statically
> and to amend all the internal navigation links. If he
> can do that he'd probably attempt to develop the site
> himself anyway!

i don't mean to burst your bubble, but this is the sort of thing site
downloaders already do.


Jeff Howden - Web Application Specialist
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