Disabling Right-Click On Your Blog/Website

Want to protect your hardwork from content theives (aka copy-and-pasters)? If yes, you are not alone on the search because many webmasters out there are already desperately seeking how to protect their website’s content from shameless copy-and-pasters. It’s very sad and disappointing when you see your content, carefuly copied and pasted to someone else’s website without a backlink or any kind of credits to you, the original owner or author of the content. More disappointing is when the stolen content beats your original content in a search engine search – that is totally frustrating. Some of these content theives are so hard hearted and wicked that they not only steal your articles and posts, they go ahead to clone your website’s design, copy your css and so on. Some may even make a grabber to grab your whole website!
Before we continue with this disabling right-click of a thing, you should also understand that disabling right-click minimises content stealing but does not entirely stop it. Also, disabling right-click has advantages and disadvantages too.

Disabling Right-Click On Your Blog/Website Simple Tutorials Technology: General

To Disable Right Click On Your Website

1. Edit your website’s source code.
2. Find the tag.
3. Write this code just below it:

<script language=’Javascript’>
function mycontextmenu()
{ alert(‘Sorry, right-click has
been disabled because of content stealing
‘);
returnfalse;
}
document.oncontextmenu=mycontextmenu;
</script>
COPY CODE:

6. Save and visit your website to test make sure its working.
7. The words in red can be changed to whatever you prefer. This is the text that will popup whenever someone right-clicks on your website.

To Disable Right Click On Your Blogggr Blog

1. Login to your blog’s dashboard.
2. Go to Design >> Edit HTML
3. Write this code just below the tag:

<script language=’Javascript’>
function mycontextmenu()
{ alert(‘Sorry, right-click has
been disabled because of content stealing
‘);
returnfalse;
}
document.oncontextmenu=mycontextmenu;
</script>
COPY CODE:

4. Click SAVE TEMPLATE to save the new code.

How To Bypass Disabled Right-Click

In case you visit a site with right-
click disabled, here are ways to
bypass it.
1. Copy the javascript
below and paste it into the address bar, hit ENTER and it totally disables whatever right click script used:
javascript:void
(document.onmousedown=
null);void
(document.onclick=null)
;void
(document.oncontextmenu=
null)

2. Disable your Javascript:
Another way to bypass disabled right-click is disabling Javascript on your browser.
3. Mobile Browsers: Opera Mini and UCweb. Use Opera Mini to copy text on any page regardless of whether right-click is disabled on the page.
4. Source code: Press Ctrl+U when you want to copy text from a page. This shows the source code of the webpage you are viewing.

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