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=== How to blur part of an Image ===
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This just a simple way, open "Microsoft Paint", find an image you want to blur. Then select the part of the image you want to blur, hold control (Ctrl) and press '-' until it gets small. The smaller you do it the bigger the blur, then press Control (Ctrl) '+' until it fits to the original image. Suggest you count the number of times you press '-' and then press the same number of '+'.

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Web Hosting Frequently Asked Questions

Blogs Frequently Asked Questions


Other Frequently Asked Questions

What is good practice with regards photographs and data protection issues

This Good Practice Note is aimed at those working in schools and concerns some of the data protection issues associated with a school website.

How do I block Images being downloaded from my website

There is a few different ways to block people downloading images from the web. However, in most cases if someone really wants the image they can work around it. The following two options should discourage them anyway:

1. Embed each image within a flash movie. (the option to save image as is no longer available).

2. Use a photo program to place a sheer text overlay across the image that says "SAMPLE" or a logo, etc. You can see the photo through the text, but if someone tried to capture/print what's on your website, they would get one that says SAMPLE on it!

3. If using Blogs it is possible to password protect the post containing the pictures. This allows you to control who can see and therefore download the pictures.

How to get your website/blog listed in Search Engines (Google, Yahoo etc)

Click here for information on adding your website/blog to a search engine.

How to blur part of an Image

This just a simple way, open "Microsoft Paint", find an image you want to blur. Then select the part of the image you want to blur, hold control (Ctrl) and press '-' until it gets small. The smaller you do it the bigger the blur, then press Control (Ctrl) '+' until it fits to the original image. Suggest you count the number of times you press '-' and then press the same number of '+'.