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Those of you using wordpress might want to Google : WP Content Copy Protection  for plug in. I know nothing is foolproof but this "might" help. There are others to protect images as well. 

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I would advise against using "no right click" scripts. They are completely useless from a protection point of view, but provide a lot of annoyance for regular users.

Really, just don't use those.

If you think that your content is worth stealing, then pat yourselves on the back and move on, you won't be protecting anything on the web. If someone wants to steal it - they will.

The same applies to overly complicated anti-bot measures for contact forms. Even simple captcha's decrease your conversion rates by a lot.

Annoying 500 of your visitors (clients) just to make it 1% harder to copy a photo - is it really worth it?

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Unfortunately, I told all of that to my client and SHE STILL INSISTS. It's nothing I would normally do because as you say...I don't think it does a thing really...but SHE PAYS ME...so what ever she wants she gets. She's paranoid...really. 

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Thanks EN. I like the ones like this that just work after installation, with no configuring needed!

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Another I found was "NO RIGHT CLICK" on Image. It just works. It may do the same thing.

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