Many of us would have encountered one of the most irritating
problems of a website :- Searching throughout the internet trying
to find out the perfect content for your assignments, projects or
whatever you are trying to document and finally entering a
website having the perfect content but for God’s sake, the owners
of that website has”disabled” the right click so that we are unable
to copy-paste it.
If you are on the website owners side, yup!! it’s the most simplest
method to prevent plagiarism of the content but if you are on the
other side of the coin, then we have some good news for you!!
This article is intended purely and strictly for the second type (of people).
So, let’s now look into some of the common methods used by
‘geeks’ to bypass this problem !!
Well, this could be the least intrusive method.
While viewing a page with right-click disabled, you can just type
or paste the following code into your address bar and hit Enter.
(Refreshing the page is not required). Right-clicking will be
It’s just a bit of code that resets the context menu value for page.
METHOD 2 : BROWSER EXTENSION
Everybody uses a wide number of browser extension nowadays.
In Google Chrome, there is an extension called RightToCopy. As
the name suggests, it enables the text selection and copying of the
content on the sites that have disabled it. In addition to that, it
even removes the text that comes along with the text you copy
(such as links, Read More at etc.).
Firefox doesn’t have a similar extension but one could always use
a script blocking extension such as NoScript which is a
comprehensive method to block all the script that is running on
any web pages (unless you enable them).