Use view-source commandTo do this enter the command view-source: before the url/website address in your browser's address bar. For example:
Hint: To easily find the image use
Command-F(Mac) to find any text close to the image on the webpage.
Use Mozilla Firefox Browser
- Open the Firefox Configuration page. In address bar, type
about:configand press ↵ Enter. You will need to confirm that you understand that changing settings could result in Firefox not working properly.
contextinto the Search bar. Find preference name listed as "dom.event.contextmenu.enabled" and double-click to toggle it to "false".
- You may still receive a message about right-clicking not being allowed, but the right-click menu should appear after you close the message.
Save The Webpage To Your ComputerThe third method is to save the webpage to your computer using the command
Command+S(Mac). After saving the webpage, go to the location where you saved it in your computer and open the folder (usually the title of the webpage unless you change it). The folder should contain all the files on the webpage (images, scripts, source codes).
Screenshot The ImageAnother method for saving images on websites that disable right-click is to screenshot the image. You can do this by using the following tools:
- the print screen key on your keyboard
- Snipping tool in Windows
- Snagit (not free but you can get 15 days trial)
- Downloading and installing Nimbus Screenshot and Screencast.