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Disable Right-Click Without JavaScript

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In one of our previous posts we featured a tutorial by Vijay Prakash that shows you how to disable the right-click function of a user’s mouse button as long as he’s viewing your web page; this helps in protecting your web content. That method involves using JavaScript but if you prefer something that’s a little lighter on the resource that won’t compromise your blog site’s loading time as much then here’s an alternative method by Gagan Jaiswal that doesn’t use JavaScript.

  • Log in to your Blogger dashboard and head over to the Template section.
  • Click on Edit HTML and then on Proceed.
  • By pressing Ctrl+F, look for the <body> tag in the code.
  • Insert oncontextmenu=”return false;” inside the <body> tag like so:
<body oncontextmenu=”return false;”>
  • And then save your template.

That’s it, you’re done! View your blog and try clicking on the right button of your mouse. If you did it right, the quick context menu shouldn’t pop up anymore.

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  1. Przemek says:

    Hi. i have a question. Does this tweek can work for one div only?

  2. if this is talking about the avoidance of plagiarism, there is still can to using Ctrl + C ,right?

  3. Implemented it but what if someone uses Crl+C ?

  4. Stefano says:

    The correct syntax is oncontextmenu=’return false’>

  5. Rahmat Aziz says:

    Why it doesn’t work in blog (blogspot.com)?

  6. it dint worked for my blog

  7. Nikki says:

    Wow, it works :)
    I’ve searched for this for a long time, ’cause I hate this stupid pop up. 😉

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  11. x says:

    Well, this is actually JavaScript.

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