To make sure you're website isn't get ripped is to make it as ugly as possible !
That way nobody wants to rip it.... easy as 1, 2, 3.
Or we could go back to the stone ages... html, tables
[bewerken aan 9/2/2008 door Hermie]
I have also been ripped a few times, the worst was last year, a rival company to my client copied my site and only changed there name.
This was my orginal christmas version from last year.
As you can see a complete copy, all they did was change the name, and on the banner they didn't even bother to do this.
Lucky for me there Hosting company was very helpful and removed it. It is always worth contacting the hosting company.
Wow.. That was just as blatant!
Sorry to hear that orb. Hope all is well for you.
It wasn't the first time and i'm sure it will not be the last. The hosting company removed it as soon as I contacted them.
The worst problem I had was when someone was sponging a flv from a client, then the hosting company wouldn't help. I had to change the location of the flv 3 times a day. It still took them over a week to give up!
Wow... It wasnt the first time I got ripped either.
Sometimes its how lowlife these rippers are that makes everyone blood boil.
Being ripped by a site hosted by american server is still ok, if you're ripped by a site hosted on a china server, forget about getting your rip injustice redressed.
Also, we can probably console yourself with this : Imitation is the greatest form of flattery.
After it has just happened (or after you have finally found out) your blood is really boiling, but I agree later when you look back they copied your work because they liked it and could not do it them selfs.
I agree orb.
I trembled with anger through the night and couldnt quite sleep when these stupid incidents happen.
I have learned I will be ripped time and time again and simply say... whatever. If you steal my work you will live a sad life while I am making better things daily.
Not saying I wouldn't string them up by their ears if I caught them, but sometimes its not worth it..
I can't believe I've never thought of the clear layer idea. Thats great.