right click protection ecard???

I really like the ecard function that fotomoto offers, but I just sent a test ecard to my account and noticed that I am able to 'right-click & save image' with the image that is sent in the ecard. Does fotomoto offer a feature that helps protect my image from being saved if an ecard is sent? I hope so, b/c if not having right-click protection on the rest of my site and galleries does know good.

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  • Hi Jordache,

    Thank you for the kind words about our service - we appreciate that!

    As for right-click protection in eCards, we don't offer it at this point and don't have any immediate plans to. The reason for this is that most right-click protection mechanisms are simply a deterrent and even with it enabled it's still very easy to grab or screenshoot your image files.

    What I would suggest here is that you watermark and copyright your image files. Fotomoto works nicely with watermarked files - please see this article. Otherwise you can simply disable eCards.

    I hope that explanation helps and kind regards,
    Derek
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  • I just tested the e-card feature with some of my photographs on my website. When I went to retrieve the e-card to see what it looks like when it's sent, I noticed that I was able to right-click on the image and store it to my computer. I have right-click protection on my whole website and do not post any photographs I sell on facebook or flickr for this reason. I am wondering if there is something that I am missing in fotomoto or does this feature not yet exist for the e-cards? (if not, I would like to go ahead and throw this in the 'suggestion box' b/c I feel not having it on the e-card product, undercuts the purpose of fotomoto -- to assist photographers generate revenue for their art)

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    Right-Click Protection feature for e-card?.
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