Encrypt Your HTML pages !!
Once you put a website out on the Internet, if someone wants to take your design, it’s as simple as looking at your source code. If you want to keep your code hidden, there are numerous software available online that allow you to encrypt the HTML code on your website. Generally, HTML encryption software that work are not free, so eventually you will have to pay for them, but you can try many of them out for free before you buy. One of the best-rated HTML encryption software on the market is Encrypt HTML Pro.You can download it from http://www.mtopsoft.com/encryptpro/index.htm
Lets Start Encryption !!
Download and install “Encrypt HTML Pro” to your computer. Once the program has downloaded, the installation is easy. Just double-click “Set-up,” click “Next” through all of the screens and click “Install” on the last screen.
Open “Encrypt HTML Pro” and select the files that you want to encrypt. You will browse for the files on your computer. Each HTML file for a site will need to be separately selected and encoded. Once you select the files, click “Next.”
Choose whether to encrypt the entire page or only a section of the page on the “General” tab. If you don’t want people to be able to read any of your HTML code, you will need to encrypt the entire page. Click “Next.”
Select the HTML file properties. There will be a list of properties, and some will already be checked. Leave the items that are automatically selected checked. You can also select to show a warning to site visitors that your page is protected by Encrypt HTML Pro. When you are done, click “Next.”
Decide how you want to encrypt your code. There are numerous methods that Encrypt HTML Pro can use to encrypt the HTML code on your page, including disabling toolbars and inserting empty lines above the code. You can select the devices you want to use or just use the default setup, which should work sufficiently. Click “Next.”
Click “Protect.” The last screen will show you the files that you have selected and allow you to start the process of encrypting them. A pop-up message will appear when your files have finished encrypting.
Now your html pages are encrypted. You can test these pages in any browser and they will work fine.