Features for protecting your website

Key features of HTML Guard

Protection features

  • Encrypt source code
    Scramble the code of your HTML files without affecting their display in the browser. Various settings let you select exactly the parts of your pages that you want to be obfuscated. For instance, you can just have the program protect your email addresses from being harvested by spammers, or apply encryption to your entire website.
  • Compress source code
    Put your pages' code on a diet and let HTML Guard remove needless space characters, line breaks, comments, and other space wasters. This speeds up downloading and makes the code less readable and harder for others to reuse.
  • Disable right mouse button
    Block the context menu in the browser, thus limiting the ability to copy or save images, text, and links via right-clicking.
  • Disable text and image selection
    Prevent your website content from being selected with the mouse and copied to the clipboard.
  • Disable Image Toolbar in Internet Explorer 6
    Hide the so-called "Image Toolbar" in Internet Explorer 6 that enables users to quickly save, print or email the image that the mouse is currently hovering over.
  • Disable browser's print functionality
    Paralyze the browser's print function so that just a blank page is produced every time a user tries to print your website.
  • Disable "Save as..." in Internet Explorer
    Force the "Save as..." function in Internet Explorer to cancel with an error message.
  • Disable link display in status bar
    Keep the browser from displaying link targets and other messages in the status bar.
  • Disable Adobe Acrobat's "Web Capture" feature
    Prevent your pages from being ripped and converted to PDF format using Adobe Acrobat.
  • Disable shortcuts
    Block common browser shortcuts that allow quick access to functions such as saving the currently displayed page or viewing its source code.
  • Restrict page use to certain web addresses
    Make your web pages viewable only under your own domain names and specify that pages may not be opened offline.
  • Disable framing of pages by other websites
    Protect your website from being trapped in some other site's frameset.
  • Keep pages from being indexed by search engines
    Instruct search engines not to index and cache your web pages. For instance, this allows you to exclude your images from the Google Image Search or ensure that your contact details are not found on the web.

General features

  • Browser compatibility
    Pages protected by HTML Guard remain standards-compliant and can still be viewed in any common web browser, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, and Google Chrome. There is no need to install any additional browser extensions.
  • Server compatibility
    The use of HTML Guard requires no special web server setup - you can continue using your existing hosting provider.
  • Directory processing
    HTML Guard allows you to protect complete websites, including all folders, in just a few clicks.
  • Automatic backups
    An automatic backup function ensures that you are always able to recover accidentally overwritten HTML files.
  • Step-by-step wizard
    An electronic assistant guides you through the process of protecting your pages, making your first steps with the software as simple as possible.
  • Detailed help file
    A comprehensive online help provides you with all the information you need to successfully protect your pages with HTML Guard.
  • Support for pages with server-side scripts (PHP, ASP, JSP, SHTML)
    HTML Guard can process not only plain HTML files but also pages that include server-side scripting code.
  • Support for international web pages
    The program protects pages regardless of the character set they are based on. It supports single-byte character sets like US-ASCII (United States) and ISO 8859-1 (Western Europe), as well as multi-byte character sets such as UTF-8 (Unicode), KOI8-R (Russia), BIG5 (China), or Shift-JIS (Japan).