Simple Steps to Re-Enable Disabled Right Click On Websites

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Simple Steps to Re-Enable Disabled Right Click On Websites

There are many ways to protect your website contents from get stolen. Some people prefer to disable right click on their site.

Disabling right click on a website will relieve the risk of content stealing by limiting users from get more actions over your website like copy and paste, inspect website element etc. However, most people really dislike a website that use the disabled right click to protect their contents.

If you someday accidentally stumbled on that kind of website and want to re-enable it, you can do it easily.

Most websites use a JavaScript codes to disable right click options on their site. So, the easiest way to re-enable it is by preventing your browser to execute any JavaScript codes. This example will show you how to disable JavaScript on two most popular web browsers, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.

Google Chrome

  • Go to the three dots icon on the top-right corner and click Settings.
  • Click on the Show advanced settings link on the button and choose Content Settings


  • Find the JavaScript option and choose the Do not allow any site to run JavaScript option.



Unfortunately, Firefox has removed the disable JavaScript option so we can’t apply the same method by default. Thankfully, there is an add-on that can bring the option back.

  • Simply visit this page to get the add-on. Click the Add to Firefox button to install the add-on.


  • Once the add-on is installed, go to the Preferences menu of Firefox and choose Contents. Unmark the Enable JavaScript option to disable JavaScript.



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