I don't know much about KRPano but maybe there's a solution.
I use FPP and it has an option of embedding the XML content within the
html file that publishes the panorama, leaving you with no external XML
file. The great advantage is that you can encrypt the html code with
encryption software and - believe me - it becomes absolutely unreadable.
(besides it'll give extra control options such as allowing it to only
run just in specific domains)
Take a look at HTML Guardian's page. Its a pretty powerful tool:
Blake Michaelson wrote:
> I'm running into a dilemma where a client would like to host a virtual tour
> I created for them on their servers - it's a 20 node tour, and a TON of
> coding in KRPano... I've usually just hosted clients tours on my own server
> (Amazon S3 server), but they're adamant about wanting it entirely on their
> domain... I feel a bit vulnerable giving up my code to their web design team
> and art department (by my code, I mean my horrendous number of XML lines)
> and my "project" files - obviously it's not just pieces of the pie they're
> getting, but the whole thing... kind of an open book on a couple years worth
> of code collecting and... any advice as to how to protect ones self -
> obfuscated XML perhaps? Legal documents? Just curious - I'd kind of like
> to not get burned down the road by this one... TIA - Blake.
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