Q. My Images look lousy in the AOL Browser
only. In Netscape and Internet Explorer they look great. What gives?
A. AOL's browser uses a graphics compression
utility to help speed up downloading of pages. This often results
in blurry images or images containing black bars. All AOL members
have the option of deselecting "Use Compressed Graphics"
in their Web Preferences. Here is the path: My
AOL» Preferences» WWW» Web Graphics,
and uncheck "Use compressed graphics"
For more Information about designing for AOL see:
AOL's Webmaster Info
Q. How do I disable right-click? How do
I prevent my images from being stolen?
A. Though disabling right-clicking can
be done it is not a solution to the problem. If your page has been
loaded into the viewer's browser there are always ways to see your
code. See http://continue.to/hope
for more information.
Unfortunately there is also no way to completely protect images
from being stolen. You may consider adding a visible watermark to
the image placed in such a way that it cannot be easily cropped
out. Or use a service like that offered by http://www.digimarc.com
to invisibly watermark your images.
For more information see:
What Can and Can't Be Done to Protect Your Stuff (Copyright & Protection)