iansan at gmail.com
Thu Oct 18 02:31:28 CEST 2007
Thank you for the replies. After a lot of research I tracked down the
issue. I was using the CGI to build all of the pages for the site,
then filling in content with .innerHTML= as users clicked on tabs.
Since I wanted to place the Google Ads in different parts of each
dynamically placed with .innerHTML.
page via .innerHTML. I tried some tricks to execute it after it was
added to the page (eval, appendChild) but it still didn't work. The
strict; it wasn't even clear that what I was doing was in line with
it, so I broke the site up into multiple CGI pages and now it works
One CGI question - since all of my CGIs are spitting out HTML is their
source code safe? wget and linking to the source deliver the output
HTML. Are there any other methods of trying to steal the source CGI I
need to protect against?
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