Tuesday, August 17, 2010


Enable Right Click On Websites That Blocks Right Clicking

Many websites nowadays disable the right click function of the mouse button which I think could be very annoying sometimes. This is done so that we can’t steal images, file, video, or any other website’s stuff.

What about if we extremely in a need of the file without any profit-making and other bad intentions? In this post a tutorial is included to teach you how to solve the problem, without having to open the source code of course!

If you use Internet Explorer 6 and 7
  • Click Tools - Internet Options
  • Click the Security tab.
  • Click Custom Level
  • Scroll down to the scripting section.
  • Set Active Scripting to “disable” (Active scripts are programs written in Javascript)
  • Click “Ok”. Restart your internet browser.
Note: This will disable the Javascript from being rendered by your Internet Explorer browser which would mean the right click disabled’s script in the website will not work anymore.
For Mozilla Firefox browser, these are the steps which gave the same effect (maybe be vary depending on the version).
  • Go to Tools  - Options
  • Click Web Features
  • Untick enable JavaScript
Alternatively, you can also use this method to re-enabled the website right click function.
Enter the Javascript code below inside your browser’s address bar.


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