Did you ever experience that the text from a web page can not be selected or copied? If you don’t know: the websites are actually protected with some HTML tags that prevent the user to copy texts and if you somehow can disable the HTML, you can easily copy the text. The question is how can you do this!
Copy Unselectable Texts from Protected Website using Tools
If you want to take the texts from any copy protected website then you can do that by using any tools either on your MacBook, Chrome browser or an Android device.
If you’re on your PC, just install Simple Allow Copy extension on your chrome.
Here are the tools and how you can use these:
If you’re on your MacBook just get the Screen Grabber Pro on your MacBook to take screenshots of your texts and then just convert images texts to only text using other online tools.
If you’re on chrome in Windows or macOS, you can get extensions to disable the HTML functions to copy texts from any webpage that is protected and uncopyable.
You can get as follows:
i) Simple Allow Copy
ii) Allow Select And Copy
iii) Enable Copy
Try any on these above tools to disable the HTML on that website and copy the whole texts using your Ctrl + C button on your keyboard.
On Android: Kiwi Browser
Here the steps on Kiwi Browser:
Kiwi browser is free to use and available on Google Play Store.
Just install Kiwi Browser and go to settings option just tapping on three-dots on upper right section.
So, once you get protected texts on any site, open that URL on this Kiwi Browser and copy the texts. This is extremely easy. Just you have to follow a few methods and check which one is suitable for your need as per to copy the whole text from a web page. So, if you are seeing that your right-click is not working while you want to drag your cursor on a webpage then read this article till the end.
If you need to copy these internet web page texts to read it later offline, you can use the methods discussed in this article.
You can also read this article to Save protected images on your desktop.
Content is protected, so…
…how to copy the text?
You will learn here how to copy uncopyable text from a website.
If you are unable to change settings on your browser, you can do this through some of the extensions which make the work simple.
In this article, we have discussed the significant working strategies which can help copy text from the protected websites.
Why Does the Right-Click not Work on Website?
If you copy the texts and use them, the internet has several methods to determine the copyright owner. However, protecting the contents on your own is always the responsibility can’t be ignored.
The best part.
You can disable this protection on your device and allow your browser to download or copy the texts from uncopyable website pages.
Note: Don’t use any copyright texts if it is prohibited to avoid any copyright-strike.
Copy Text from Right-click Disabled Website
Faced issue during copying disabled text from uncopyable sites or a right-click disabled site?…
We have given below a bunch of techniques to solve this issue:
If you are using any browser like Safari, Chrome or Mozilla Firefox on your laptop, you just have to turn the HTML function ‘off’ for your browser in regard to copy the text. What this will do is, the HTML of the website will not be loaded on your browser. Like, your browser will not be able to support HTML codes and will fail to function and in advantage to this, you will be able to copy the whole web page text. Advantages: You only have to do this for once, later on, you can revert to its previous browser set up.
If you see the websites do not take the right-click, this indicates that the site has disabled the features.
To do this on Google Chrome:
2. Copy text from protected website in Chrome:
You just need to download the extension from the chrome web store.
3. HTML source code (Copy Unselectable Text):
You just need to open the webpage you need to copy and need to go to the page source in HTML.
As the right click is disabled you can’t get it easily. But, you can use keyboard shortcuts ‘F12’ to open an HTML page source.
Just open and copy text lines one by one in the correct order. Remember this technique is hard and time-consuming while copying texts.
4. Download the page in PDF:
You don’t need to perform any action if you’re aimed to just read the page offline or share for the interest.
You can download the total webpage in PDF format and print it out or directly share it.
However, if you need the texts for other purposes, you can convert the PDF to TXT format. The Internet has many options to convert this, just look for an online solution.
5. Take Screenshot of Page & Textify: [Android or iPhone]
This is another method you can use if you need to read the pages only.
For this reason, you can open the page and take multiple screenshots as per your need and page length.
You can save the images and share them with your contacts easily. Note that the texts are uncopyable in this method. To get the texts you have (to hire a copywriter) to clone the texts in word format.
If you are in a mobile device you can use this technique to achieve what you want.
You can use such a browser to visit the page and check if your tap on the page gives an option to select and copy.
7. Use Proxy Sites:
You can use VPNs or poxy sites that will help to browse the web page for you to unprotect the texts for you.
You can use such proxy sites to visit the webpage and copy the protected texts which were uncopyable in normal browsers.
8. Download Copy Protected Webpage Offline:
Downloading the whole page offline is the easiest method you should try now.
This time, most of all browsers have the features to download the page offline.
And if you know a little bit of coding you can enter into the files downloaded for the page, then copy the total texts from the page.
By viewing the offline page on browsers, you can also copy the texts directly from the browser without the internet.
The Bottom Lines:
If you see any website is having to right-click disabled on it, you can perform any of these actions provided above. Just be aware of using the texts, keep in mind that actual copyright owner is still the website author even you have copied the texts.
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