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  • If you serach the web for comparisons you will find that this plugin is very good.

    But if someone knows how to disable javascript then there is no protection.
    I already did it. But i believe that only a small percentage of users would bother to disable javascript. And only if they know that this plugin is used in the website.

    I already informed my client and she agreed to use it.

    Andrew Nevins


    WCLDN 2018 Contributor | Volunteer support

    Yes or simply “Save page as” in your browser and you get all the content, images and resources in neat folders for anyone to copy – and you don’t need any technical knowledge to use that browser feature that has been around for decades.

    But the reason I’m posting here is for @2017masters, please lose your signature when posting on these forums. There is no need for that.

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