but if you Google Disable "Save Image"
you will get more results and methods.
You say you have no knowledge of HTML, but the methods I have seen all require some amendment to a web sites html source code.
I?m new to this group.
I would like to start selling my original 35mm photography on ebay and am hoping someone will know how I can protect my jpeg images from being easily copied from my auction listings. I?m sure anything could be copied be savvy users, but I?d like to take some measures to safeguard my images as best I can. Currently, I do not use ebay?s image hosting. I use the personal webspace allotted to me by my ISP & upload my jpegs using ws-ftp. Each pic then has a specific web address and that is what I enter into the auction listing form.
I've tried many combinations of what I thought to be potentially viable keywords on Google in hopes of finding some sort of instructions or software and have not been successful. I know it can be done (hopefully, cheaply!). Somehow, one can prevent a user from right-clicking and saving an image, or layer some kind of transparent image over the photograph which would make copying it difficult. I just hope someone out there knows how I might be able to do this (easily!) for my ebay listings.
I would like my photos to appear in the ebay listings just as they are, with no visible watermarks. All I have is Picture It Express, Paint, and Kodak Imaging (all circa 2001). I am most familiar with Picture It Express. My OS is Windows 98. I have no knowledge of HTML and I?m hoping I wont have to ?go there? in order to achieve my objective but would give it a go if that were the only way. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thank You, Photog77