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|laravel-html-encodin 1.0.0||The PHP License||5||HTML, PHP 5|
You can install the package via composer:
composer require php-junior/laravel-html-encrypt
Once installed, in your project's config/app.php file replace the following entry from the providers array:
php artisan vendor:publish --provider="PhpJunior\LaravelHtmlEncrypt\LaravelHtmlEncryptServiceProvider"
This is the contents of the published config file:
return [ 'disable_right_click' => true, 'disable_ctrl_and_F12_key' => true, ];
Next you must add the
\PhpJunior\LaravelHtmlEncrypt\Middleware\HtmlEncrypt middleware to the kernel.
// app/Http/Kernel.php ... protected $middleware = [ ... \PhpJunior\LaravelHtmlEncrypt\Middleware\HtmlEncrypt::class, ];
One major reason for the success of the World Wide Web is undeniably the openness of HTML. HTML files are basically plain text documents, meaning software applications and human users can easily create, read, and update web pages. The open nature of HTML not only allows users to edit websites with nothing more than a simple text editor, it also enables search engines to spider the web and forms the basis for a wide range of web-related applications for any platform you can imagine.
The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.
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