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From "Steven Pierce" <paged...@speakeasy.net>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Question???
Date Tue, 22 Oct 2002 00:44:16 GMT


Boyle,

Thank you for the info...<G>  I think from the feedback that I have recieved
from a lot of the users, I will need to rethink this idea.

Thank you to everyone that responded..

Steven

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On 10/21/2002 at 9:31 AM Boyle Owen wrote:

>If you are seriously going to get into the web business, you need to
>understand a lot more about how HTTP works. Since you want to read about
>it, I would go down to the nearest techie bookshop and get a copy of
>O'Reilly'y "Apache the Definitive Guide" by the two Lauries. It is
>dating slowly but still gives an excellent introduction on how the
>Wonderful World Wide Web Works.
>
>When you read it, you will start to understand how odd your request
>is...
>
>... However, my workaround, just for the record, would be to build the
>amazing site you don't want anyone to steal and put it on the web at an
>undisclosed URL. Go round to your client and show it to him. Before you
>leave, delete the browser cache and then click on a secret link you have
>left on the page which runs a CGI which makes the site inaccessible
>(e.g. by inserting "Deny from all" in a .htaccess).
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Steven Pierce [mailto:pagedev1@speakeasy.net]
>Sent: Montag, 21. Oktober 2002 05:55
>To: users@httpd.apache.org
>Subject: [users@httpd] Question???
>
>
>
>
>Good Evening,
>
>I am not sure if this question is off topic or not.  If it is please let
>say that I am
>sorry right up front.  I am asking this question here, because I am not
>sure
>at this point where to look.  So if someone can direct me in the right 
>direction that would be great.
>
>I am in the process of setting up a web server (apache 2.x and RH ).  I
>am 
>going to be doing some web site, but I only want the person to see it
>once.
>I know that sounds kind strange, but when I talk to a business, and they
>ask
>me what I can do for them on a site.  I would like it so that once they
>see it
>and know they would like to hire me.  I do not want to do all the work
>creating the
>site, and then have them copy it.  
>
>So I would like for them to only be able to see the site once, and for a
>limited 
>amount of time.  That way they should (I stress should) not be able to 
>dnload anything from it.  Yes, in theory that should work.  I do
>understand 
>there might be a few that can copy it.  
>
>Any help would be great.... Again if you are just pointing me in a
>direction 
>is fine also.  I do not mind reading about it.
>
>Steven
>
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