How to View Source If Right Click is Disabled
M.Muzammil

How to View Source If Right Click is Disabled

By M.Muzammil | February 03, 2023

How to View Source If Right Click is Disabled

There are a few different ways you can view the source code of a webpage even if right-clicking is disabled. Here are a few options:

Use the "View Source" option in your browser: Most modern browsers have a "View Source" option that allows you to view the HTML and other source code of a webpage. In some browsers, you can access this option by pressing the Ctrl + U keys, or by selecting "View Source" from the "View" menu.

Use the Developer Tools: Most modern browsers also have a built-in Developer Tools feature that allows you to view and inspect the source code of a webpage. You can usually access the Developer Tools by pressing the F12 key or by right-clicking on the webpage and selecting "Inspect" from the context menu.

Use a third-party tool: There are also a number of third-party tools that you can use to view the source code of a webpage, even if right-clicking is disabled. One example is the "Webpage Source" extension for Google Chrome, which allows you to view the source code of a webpage by clicking on the extension icon in the browser's toolbar.

Use the "View Page Info" feature: In some cases, you may be able to view the source code of a webpage by using the "View Page Info" feature in your browser. In Firefox, for example, you can access this feature by right-clicking on the webpage and selecting "View Page Info" from the context menu.

Use a bookmarklet: A bookmarklet is a small piece of JavaScript code that you can save as a bookmark in your browser. When you click on the bookmark, the code will run and perform a specific task. There are a number of bookmarklets available that allow you to view the source code of a webpage, even if right-clicking is disabled.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.

Pro Tip:

If all the options above are not working for you then my suggestion is to add "view-source" in front of any URL and you are done. 😋

Related Posts

M.Muzammil
M.Muzammil

I am a web Designer & Graphics Designer. I love to program and design. Sharing knowledge is my passion & Programming is my Hobby. Want Help? Contact Me its free.!

Be The First To Comment