If you’ve ever tried right-clicking on a website to copy or share content, you may have noticed that it doesn’t work: congratulations! You just came across a website that blocks right clicks and other methods of direct access to content.
This can be very annoying, especially if you just want to share a funny quote or post a link to content on your social feeds. However, there are ways to bypass this right click blocking. When you’re ready to try a few new tools, we’ll show you the best, safest ways to do it!
(We also hope we don’t have to say this, but please respect intellectual property, hard work, copyrights, and all the other important things when using these workarounds.)
Choosing the right browser
Option 1: use plugins
Allow copy (Chrome): Allowing Copy is ideal when you have a lot of sharing or copying throughout the day and find that frequent right-click blocking is very intrusive. The extension adds a small button to your toolbar. If you are browsing to a copy-protected website, enable this button and these blocks will be removed. When you’re done clicking, turn the button back off and continue working. Note that this enables not only right-click options, but also text copies and other features.
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Option 3: proxy sites