How To Copy From Right Click Disabled Websites

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Copy-pasting some body else work is very common. Though, very few people actually give the credit link or mention about the source. Specially, in Blogging people copy each other content and increase plagiarism. Apart from all Auto-bloggging tool, most common form of copying a page is by selecting text > mouse right-click and copy the content. Though in WordPress, we can easily disable this by using disable right click WordPress plugin. Though according to me right click gives a bad user experience and for Bloggers, you can always fight such copy-paste blogger using Google DMCA.

Now for me, when I have to write a tutorial, I take information from the pages on Internet and give proper credentials with link in the post. Now, the problem which I have faced recently is many of these sites have right click disabled and it’s pain to copy from these sites normally. So, here I have compiled a series of possible ways to copy content from those pages. FYI, many websites disable CTRL +C options to ensure better security from hackers and malicious sites.

Ways to copy text from Right click Disabled pages:

Most of the bloggers and webmasters uses JavaScript technique to disable right-click, to prevent scrapers sites from stealing their content.

Many times we often come to websites where we found contents useful like how-to , Guides and we copy it into worded or notepad. Generally we select some text and then right click to copy. But on Protected sites a message box appears saying “Right-Click on this site is disabled. Hold Ctrl key and click on link to open in new tab

But there are numerous way through one can copy contents from Right Click protected sites

  • By disabling browser JavaScript in browser
  • Using Proxy Sites
  • By Using the source code of the site

Method 1:

Adding the Google Chrome Extension :

Allow Copy will re-enable select, copy, paste and right click in any webpage using any copy protection.
Allow Copy wil re-enable select, copy, paste and right click at any webpage using any copy protection. Just click on extension icon to enable it on any page!

Step 1:Download the Allow copy  Google chrome Extension

link:https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/allow-copy/abidndjnodakeaicodfpgcnlkpppapah

Step 2: Click the Allow copy icon on top of the Chrome browser

Method 2:

Disabling JavaScript in Browsers [Google Chrome]

In Chrome browser, you can quickly disable JavaScript by going to settings. See the screenshot for better explanation:

  • Goto Setting >> Advanced Settings >> Content SettingsHow to Disable JavaScript In Chrome for Windows
  • Goto content setting as shown in red circle or enter  chrome://settings/content
  • How to Disable JavaScript In Chrome for Windows
  • Then Select Do not allow any site to run JavaScript
  • How to Disable JavaScript In Chrome for Windows

Similarly if you are using Firefox, you can remove the tick from “Enable JavaScript” option.

 OR Using Proxy Sites

There are many proxy sites, which let you disable JS while browsing. All you need to use those proxy sites, which offer such features and you can quickly use right-click on click disabled sites.

pROXY disables javascripts

Through Viewing Source Code

If you have to copy the specific text content and you can take care of HTML tags, you can use browser view source options. All the major browser give an option to source of the page, which you can access directly using the format below or by right click. Since, right click is out of question here, we will simply open chrome browser and type: view-source: before the post URl Like

And find the paragraph or text you want to copy and then paste it into any text editor.

Well, using this trick ethically or unethically is in user hand but for a normal blogger like me and you, this tip will certainly help. Do you use any other plugin or add-on to copy content of pages with right click disabled? Do you also see this feature as bad user experience? 😢

 

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