This may have already been suggested before, but with so many hubs being copied and posted elsewhere it seems to be reasonable to disable right click so they can't be copied.
I had posted this feature to be added some months back and was told it was a complete waste of time, because there are ways around it.
Just thought I'd let you know.
Thanks Cags. I understand that using ctrl+a will select all. I am only trying to figure out how to keep hubs safe.
people will use Ctrl C. none can actually prevent it unless people develop their morality.
There are a whole range of ways to take content from a website, unfortunately disabling right click just creates a minor annoyance for legit people on your site, and does nothing to prevent the majority of people out there stealing content.
this is helpful and kind of neat suggestion how to copyright articles
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