I'm setting up a Web site for baby daughter to upload her pics - she's been exercising the EOS Rebel
she got for Christmas a year ago
Being lazy, I decided to go with WordPress rather than build a site from scratch.
Baby daughter wants to insure that her photos cannot be captured by nefarious denizens of the Web.
I've been reading about no-copy
plugins 'til my eyes are starting to bleed, and I've tried several of the seemingly better ones, but I'm not particularly happy with the results. I've just about decided that this would be better done via .htaccess
, in spite of the fact that I'm not as conversant with it as should be.
However, I thought I'd ask here, see if one amongst you mavens of mystery/mastery might know of a plugin/process that might work.
The ones I've tried to date all seem to work well enough, although one of 'em provides many database warnings. But the rub lies in clicking the thumbnail to produce a full-sized image. The plugins have prevented highlighting, right click, most of the standard copy practices - until the thumbnail is clicked. That provides the full-sized image just fine - but it's neither copy- nor right-click-protected.
At this point, I'm thinkin' that a modification to the .htaccess file might better serve the purpose, although I'm a lot weaker in that arena than I ought to be.
Oh, the reason for choosing WP is the ability to provide descriptive material for each photo, each being a separate post, in effect. I've looked at some gallery apps, but they just don't work for her. I've suggested photo sites - Flikr, et. al.
, but she doesn't trust 'em - nor do I, to any great extent.
Any suggestions as to how this aim might be accomplished? As long as it doesn't require an ocular transfusion, I'm ready to try just about anything.
Addendum: descriptive material
might be just date and time, or it might be several paragraphs describing conditions, lighting, location, camera settings, and the like, hence the separate post concept.