If you’ve ever tried to right-click on a website to copy or share content, you may have noticed that it does not work: Congratulations! You just ran into a website that blocks right-clicking and other methods of direct access to content.
This can be very annoying, especially if all you want to do is share a funny quote or post a link to content on your social feeds. However, there are ways to get past this right-click block. If you are willing to try some new tools, we will show you the best and safest ways to do it!
(We also hope we do not have to say this, but please respect intellectual property, hard work, copyright and all other important things when using these solutions.)
Choose the right browser
Option 1: Use plugins
Allow copying (Chrome): Allow copying is perfect if you want to do a lot or copy all day and find that frequent right-click blocking is very intrusive. The extension puts a small button in the toolbar. Browse to a copy-protected website, turn on this button and it will delete these blocks. When you are done with all your clicking, turn off the button again and continue your work. Note that this allows not only right-click options but also text copying and other functions.
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Option 3: Proxy pages