<nft-guard> — Prevent your NFTs from being right-click downloaded
Wrap your NFTs into the
<nft-guard>-element and prevent them from being downloaded by bad actors that don't own them.
Install the package from the npm registry:
npm install --save nft-guard # or yarn add nft-guard
Include the package into your JS bundle:
// ESM import 'nft-guard'; // CommonJS require('nft-guard');
This registers the custom element
<nft-guard>. You can now start using it in your HTML:
<figure> <nft-guard> <img src="my-precious-nft.jpg" alt="" /> </nft-guard> </figure>
That's it! You're save now, evil persons going nuts on their right mouse-button won't be able to
steal your NFTs anymore. Enjoy your decentralized life.
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