The code used for the image "protection" used in the example page is in three parts:
Note that this method of image protection has one thing in common with all other methods, IT DOES NOT WORK.
homeThis is an Austin 7 from around 1935 seen here in a chalk quarry near Canterbury, Kent.
This is a Austin Healey Sprite - AKA Frog-Eyed Sprite - built in the mid-1960'sseen here in a PCT event at Dorking, Surrey.
This is a Ford Anglia from around 1954 also at a PCT event in Dorking, Surrey.
None of the images in these examples are really secure - they can be easily downloaded from the server using the Firefox web developer addin:
Tools->Web Developer->Images->View Image Information, and the Developer Tools in IE8 show the image paths (but no clickable links). The images can also be found in the browser cache.