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[resolved] Mac and PC compatible? How to apply plugin? (5 posts)

  1. michelletracey
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    Is this Plugin compatible on both Mac and PC?
    I have installed it on my mac and activated it in WordPress but I am unable to see an option to apply this plugin to my images. I have tried uploading a new image to the media file and also tried images already uploaded.

    I am using a theme purchased from themeforest.

    I am new to wordpress please help.
    Thank you... :)

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/no-right-click-images-plugin/

  2. kpgraham
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 5 months ago #

    I use my mac to access my WordPress websites at home and my PC at work, so Yes. It should work with almost any PC and a name brand browser.

    After you install the plugin you must activate it. After it is activated the plugin starts working.

    The settings should appear on admin page on the left under settings. Click on settings and there should be "Stop Spammers" and "Spammer History" under settings on the left. Use "Stop Spammers" to change any settings that you don't like and click "Spammer History" to see the running log of spammers hitting your site.

    Keith

  3. michelletracey
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    Thank you Keith, the 'No Right Click Image' is working well.

    However, images can still be easily accessed by selecting 'save page as' under the File Menu on your browser then selecting 'web page complete' as the format. Is there anyway around this?

    I appreciate your assistance..
    Michelle

  4. kpgraham
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 5 months ago #

    As long as the user can see the image, she can save it to disk. The web protocol sends the image as a separate file. We can make it difficult to capture the image, but we can't prevent it. The image will always exist in the user's browser cache and it is easy to just go there and grab it, or do a "save as" from the browser file menu.

    All any plugin can do is stop casual glomming of images, but they can't stop someone who knows a little about how the web works.

    Keith

  5. michelletracey
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

    Ok I see. You have been very helpful, thank you Keith.

    Michelle

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