How to protect style sheets (.css) files?
You can protect style sheet (.css) files with Encrypt HTML
Pro, but you must make a small modification to be made in
each HTML file that uses a protected style sheet. Encrypt
HTML Pro converts style sheets into encrypted script files.
For example, if you have a style sheets file "style.css",
on each HTML file that uses this css file, there should
be a reference to it like:
Following is how to protect a css file, step-by-step:
1. In each HTML file that uses this css file, replace the
reference above with the following: <script
2. Now, encrypt style.css and the HTML files that use it.
Will the annoying AD window still popup
after I've registered Encrypt HTML Pro? Also how about the
The AD window will only appear when you are using the unregistered
version. The registered version will also remove the topside
After protection, I can't open the protected
file with my web browser. It seemed to load in my
browser for an instant, then showed "about:blank"
in the window.
If you selected the "Disable off-line page viewing",
and "Add referrer domain check" options when you
encrypted the files, you will only view a blank page when
you try to open them on the local hard disk. To test these
protected pages, upload them to your website and test them
Will Encrypt HTML Pro affect my search
If you want your search engine ranking to remain unaffected,
please select "Only encrypt partial section" or
"Do not encrypt HTML source code" in Step 2. Otherwise,
the search engine can't cache your page correctly. The
"Encrypt all links" will also affect the search
engine: search engine spiders can't index other web pages
linked from this page.
Can I encrypt some parts
of my HTML file?
Yes. In step 2, you can select only encrypt email links,
to encrypt customized sections. With the "Customized
partial section encryption" option, you can encrypt
HTML text by placing it between tags <!--encryptbegin-->
and <!--encryptend-->. To do this, you must enclose
the HTML section you want to encrypt inside these two tags,
... here is the part you want to encrypt