How to Right Click on Websites With Right Clicking Disabledby Contributor
How to Right Click on Websites With Right Clicking Disabled. When websites employ right click impediment scripts, thus disabling the ability to use the mouse's dropdown menu, it's usually to prevent visitors from saving images. It's frustrating, however, if you want access to these images for benign reasons, e.g. a desktop backdrop, or to open the right click menu for its many other functions. Luckily, bypassing a site's right click barrier is just a couple of clicks away.
Click on "Tools" in the tool bar and select "Internet Options."
Push the "Security" tab and select the "Custom Level" button. A new window will pop up.
Scroll down to the "Scripting" area. Under the "Active Scripting" section choose "Disable" and press "OK."
Press the "OK" button in the "Internet Options" box to save.
Close your Internet Explorer browser window. When re-opened, it will go into effect.
Click on "Tools" in the tool bar and select "Options."
Choose the "Content" button in the tool bar at the top of the "Options" popup box.
Press "OK" in the "Options" box to save.
Opera: The Easy Method
Click on "Tools" in the tool bar.
Select "Quick Preferences."
Opera: The Enhanced Control Method
Click on "Tools" in the tool bar and select "Preferences."
Choose the "Advanced" button in the tool bar at the top of the "Preferences" popup box.
Tick "Allow script to receive right clicks" box. Press "OK."
- check The "titles" in all the above steps may vary between different, updated versions of each browser.