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Read Disabling right click on web pages by MUBEEZI M @ 8/28/2013
Dear Richard,

As i visit several websites, i have noticed that for some, double click or right click is disabled. A pop windoww show up when you try any of the two actions above. Of what significance is it to disable these two events? Is it something worth doing? please let me know
MICAH


Reply from Richard Rost:

This is something that web designers often do to prevent people from saving images (right-click, save image) or from viewing the source HTML code of their page. However, doing so really only keeps novice users from doing these things because you can screen capture ANYTHING on your screen with print-screen, and you can view the code almost as easily. It's like locking your screen door... it only keeps honest people out of your house.
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