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[Resolved] Security flaw need advice help

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  • If you don’t want people to see your code, the only sure way to stop people getting at it, is to not put it on the web.

    Even if you could prevent the URL being requested, there’s still ways to get at your CSS without querying for it directly. You’d be wasting energy bothering to try blocking people…

    Furthermore, this is not a security flaw (can’t see how it’s in any way related), CSS deals with styling not authentication.

    yeah, as @t31os_ is implying, this is normal behaviour. Your css is always accessible, hell, it’s how we are able to provide a lot of help on here…. looking at people’s source code, and css

    people are not able to edit your css….. so no worries

    thanks for the replies guys, i appreciate your time.

    RJ

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