What is void(document.oncontextmenu=null); ?
Saving the webpage
This is probably the easiest solution and will work with a lot of websites that disable copying. All you need to do with save the page as HTML and it’s done. Whenever you open the saved page in your browser next time, you will be able to copy whatever text or code you want anytime. This is very useful if you want to copy multiple pieces of text. It would be best if you tried this trick with only chrome or firefox as you encounter some kind of error if you try it on internet explorer.
Enabling right-click option on websites that block it
In Firefox browser
- Open a new tab and type ‘about.config’
In Chrome browser
- Go to Chrome settings by clicking on the settings on option on the top right corner of the tab
- Now go to privacy and security options, go to content settings under that
Using a plugin
Going directly to the source
Now, this method is simple yet a little complicated. Using ‘void document oncontextmenu null’ is a great option but you know what would be better? Copying it directly from the source of that page. How do you do it? Very simple. When you are on the site just press Ctrl + U and in the next tab all the codes of the site will open. You can easily copy whatever text you want from it easily. The only hard work here is that if the page has lots of code it will be a little tough for you to scour through all of them
In this article, we do not support piracy or stealing content but sometimes you may need those particular quotes or codes badly and these methods can come in handy for you. All the methods here including “void document oncontextmenu null” are tested so you need not worry about anything. We highly recommend you to stick with the methods listed on this page as these are safe and secure and do not inflict any damage to the browser in any way.