To protect their content from being copied, webmasters take various measures, for example, install functionality that limits the ability to copy texts.
In most cases, when you try to copy text, a window appears that contains information about that copying is prohibited. Why is this functionality effective? Because most webmasters copy materials for their sites are beginners who are not able to bypass this type of protection.
Copy copy-protected text is possible, and only in rare cases, webmasters can prohibit this action.
You can copy the text protected from copying by viewing the code of the page in which it is also present, but accompanied by various tags. As an example, we take the main page of our blog:
Pressing the right mouse button, we call the context menu and select the "View page code" item. After this, a new page opens, in which the HTML code of the page is indicated, where we will need to find the required text:
Here, as an example, we have found the text of the beginning of our main page, which can Copy in any way possible, for example, by selecting the text and pressing the key combination Ctrl + C .
In some cases, the call to the context menu can also be blocked, so you will need to use other ways to get the page code. For example, if you are using the Google Chrome browser, you can press the F12 key, and you will have an additional field in which you can find the required text:
Also to open the code pages, you can use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + U. The page code can be quite voluminous, so you can press Ctrl + F, which will allow you to open a search form in which you can enter the first words of the text.
Now you can easily copy text from sites , even if it is copy-protected. I would like to remind once again that when copying articles, be sure to consider the rules for their placement, which are set by the author.
Do not violate copyrights and be in solidarity with other webmasters who have worked to create content.
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