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How to Disable Copy and past in blogger blog

We will walk you through how to disable copy-paste function completely for your entire page and then try to do it for specific parts.

Who says you can’t have total control of your blog like our counterparts who are on WordPress can do with some little plugins. We will teach you to have to crack the HTML codes and prevent those dubious guys who steal content from stealing the stuff you took the time to write.

You know the cost of making intellectual property and the time invested, so you need to take all the measures to protect your site, and being on WordPress is not an excuse.

How to disable Copy & Paste for a Page on Blogger

If you disable copy-paste completely from your Blog, functions like Control+C, Right Click, Control+V, and the selection tool won’t work for your website visitors whether they are on desktop or mobile.

You need a script to enable this function right away and some little knowledge of HTML.

Steps:

Go to blogger settings

Click on the theme, then edit theme HTML

A myriad of codes will show, click anywhere inside then do a Control+F to find this code “</body>” the code below is what you will paste above this </body> tag and save. Alternatively, you can find “<body>” tag and paste the code in the code box below i and then save.

See code below:

<script type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function() {
//Disable cut copy paste
        $('body').bind('cut copy paste', function(e) {
e.preventDefault();
});
//Disable mouse right click
$("body").on("contextmenu", function(e) {
return false;
});
});
</script>


If you did it right you will see “Update Successful” after saving


 

What you expect to see on your blog

You can visit your site on a phone or desktop and you will notice you now have a static page that neither allows you to copy nor paste. You also can’t right-click even if it allows you to select the text.

With this code in place, you can be sure people won’t copy your website contents.

NOTE: The code doesn’t display messages like your content is protected which is usually annoying and can ruin your user experience. So you are just fine as it works perfectly without annoying your visitors.

How to protect only a part of your website without disabling right click:

The code you will find in the code box below will implement the same function but on a specific area so you can decide areas you want to protect and areas you permit copying.

 

Steps: Just like described above

Go to the blogger HTML settings of the blogger post you want to protect

Click on HTML view

A myriad of codes will show, click anywhere inside then do a Control+F to find this code “</body>” the code below is what you will pass above this </body> tag and save. Alternatively, you can find the “<body>” tag and paste the code in the code box below it, and then save.

All content you have written on that particular post will be protected.

Or implement it on the whole blog without causing right-click to disable:

Do: Go to blogger settings

Click on the theme, then edit the theme HTML

A myriad of codes will show, click anywhere inside then do a Control+F to find this code “</body>” the code below is what you will paste above this </body> tag and save. Alternatively, you can find the “<body>” tag and paste the code in the code box below it, and then save.

If you did it right you will see “Update Successful” after saving

 

You can find the code below:

<script type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function() {
//Disable cut copy paste
$('article').bind('cut copy paste', function(e) {
e.preventDefault();
});
});
</script>



Results:

It protects your contents without reminding the website visitor that your content has copyright protection so they won’t get annoyed and won’t try to explore means to bypass the process.

There right click function wont work on that content, copy and paste wont work as well. It works without causing pogosticking.

 

C. Disable Right Click too

In place of the code above use this one below. It disables copy and paste as well as right click for a particular area.

Copy code below:

<script type="text/javascript">
$(document).ready(function() {
//Disable cut copy paste
$('article').bind('cut copy paste', function(e) {
e.preventDefault();
});
//Disable mouse right click
$("article").on("contextmenu", function(e) {
return false;
});
});
</script>


Conclusion

The codes above on how to disable copy-paste on your blogger blog and post are effective for websites built on HTM5 structured themes. If it didn’t work for you just know the version of HTML your theme is built on doesn’t search engine friendly.

 

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