WP Content Copy Protection uses aggressive techniques in protecting your online content (text/source/images/video/audio) from being stolen.
Absolutely not! This plugin will only affect the client browser and will have absolutely no negative impact on your SEO. In fact, it would assist in increasing your SEO score as your content will remain unique.
Yes! However, our Pro version allows the blog administrator to enable/disable copy protect functions for registered and logged in users (globally)
Absolutely not! Although this plugin locks your content and prevents it from being copied by anyone else, your advertising units will remain unaffected as the code doesn't alter any embeddable code or the functioning thereof.
This function was removed simply because it could scare away your website visitors - cause a higher bounce rate - and essentially defame your website. We like to be silent! However, this is optional in our Pro edition.
This plugin works on all major browsers and theme frameworks. The full functionality of WPCCP was tested on the latest versions of IE (Internet Explorer), Mozilla Firefox, Safari and Chrome without any problems.
We decided to remove the Iframe breaker due to conflict with theme appearance/customization.
We have developed a small plugin that will act as an extension to WP Content Copy Protection. This plugin, WP noFrame/noClickjacking can be found HERE. This plugin is a simple (yet) effective frame breaking plugin (iframe buster) that protects your site content from being embedded into other sites - effectively defending you against clickjacking attacks. This is achieved by adding a Header always append X-Frame-Options DENY instruction to your .htaccess file - where the DENY rule will prevent ALL domains from framing your content.
This plugin inheritently disables right click/copy/save functions on your default HTML5 video and audio embeds.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.3.8
Last Updated: 1 year ago
Active Installs: 40,000+
0 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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