Tuesday, July 09 2019
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Could it be possible to add a disable right-click option to WP Media Folder? It could be a natural and useful function beside watermark to offer a complete system images protection and mangement.
For this time, I have to add another plugin to WPMF for this protection and I never like to add too much plugin.
Anyway thanks for your work!
A
2 years ago
Hi,

Thanks for adding your feature request here.
Could it be possible to add a disable right-click option to WP Media Folder? It could be a natural and useful function beside watermark to offer a complete system images protection and mangement.

I'm not sure what do you want exactly because you will have all the options in the right-click after clicking on the image.
For this time, I have to add another plugin to WPMF for this protection and I never like to add too much plugin.

Could you send me the plugin using for the protection, please?

Cheers,
D
Hi,

If I'm right you want to disable the right click on frontend pages where images are loaded.

If so, this feature is a not a protection, your images will still be downloadable even if you prevent the right click.

A simple F12 key press will open the browser developer tools and you'll be able to download all the files.
You can even do a simple screenshot of the page and you get a copy of the image.
Another solution is to deactivate javascript on your page and right click protection doesn't work anymore.
There is dozens of other solutions to download images from a web page.

I'm sorry but frankly this is not a feature we will implement as it offer no protection at all.

Best regards,
C
2 years ago
You're right, I was talking about disable right click on frontend. You're right, this is not a real protection for people like developper or “web experts“. But I think this is suffisant for more than 90% of users. Most of people don't know anything about developper tools or javascript.
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