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Question about contentlocker javascript

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by 5light, Jul 21, 2017.

  1. 5light

    5light Registered Member

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    Hi, all !
    I'm a newbie and I have a question , hope you guys help me.
    I want to copy a landing page
    There are some landing page just has contentlocker code in <head> and I can replace it to my code but some others landingpage I don't see contentlocker code and I think it propely inside javascipt
    So I want to know is there anyway to replace my code in simply. ( I'm noob about code stuffs)
    Any suggestion. Very appreciate.
     
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    I just don't know where is it.
    If that code inside html , I just hit ctrl+f and type ''locker'' in and then I replace it with my code but I can't find any thing like content locker code in javasript.
     
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    U can use ctrl+shift+f in devtools to search through all files on a page, maybe it would help.
     
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    Thank you but I'm a noob and don't know what is devtools...Pls guide me !
     
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    For example in chrome you right click on a page and select "inspect element" to open devtools or press chtl+shift+I
     
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    Ah I know that. Thank you.
     
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    I'm looking for that tuts, too. Thanks you guys.
    After I read this thread, I realized that It's not hard as I thought. Now I can do it. Sounds great. Right?