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I have a script that places an image based on a mouse click thanks to Jose Faeti. Now I need help adding a .click() event to the code below so that when a user clicks the image it performs the function shown in the script.

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Hello all! I just wanted to know if it is at all possible to disable right-click / dragging of images usingly only CSS. Sadly I cant code inject as it is in not in my plan.If anyone knows of a way via css only without code injection, that would be great!

I used Dustin's code on my website, it worked really well to prevent people to save your images, but it has an issue on mobile with 7.0 Forte indexes: it disable arrow's clicking on carousel indexes (both right and left arrow). Do anyone have another solution to disable right click ONLY on images whitout creating any issue on mobile?

in the meantime I made a mix of codes found in different places and modified for my needing (because I'm scary that your last modification could anyway cause trouble with arrow clicking on biggest tablet, but I don't know if I'm saying something wrong because I don't have a tablet to verify it).

I found the original version of that here: -how-can-i-override-the-browsers-right-click-settings/#comment-266794 but it has the problem that it prevents to open links (or anything else) in other panels, copying text etc.

While to block right click image saving on desktop devices, I used this in Advanced > Code injection > Header, that you originally posted on your website -disable-right-click/ and was implemented to avoid image drag as well here: -inject-code-for-blocking-right-click-and-drag-and-save-for-images/#comment-493592

The No Right Click Images Plugin Plugin uses JavaScript to change the right click action on IMG tags to disable the context menu. It disables the context menu on images only so other right click actions, such as links, should work normally.

Since it uses JavaScript, it targets more images than using plugins that filter pages and rewrite the tag. The plugin will find many images generated in scripts or pasted into posts and comments, that similar plugins will not find.

Smart Phone support is hit or miss. Some web pages rely very much on clickable images and this suppresses some actions, so if an image is large enough to fill a screen, the page may not be able to scroll. It depends very much on your WordPress theme and how it displays images.

Images uploaded via the WordPress Media uploader will open in a window if clicked. The image will not be protected, so be sure to indicate that there should be no action if the image is clicked at the time you upload the image.

Some browsers prevent JavaScript from changing the browser context menu and this plugin will not be effective in those cases. At best, this plugin will prevent right clicking or dragging images on some browsers.

The plugin no longer tries to replace images with a dummy image. This method hardly ever worked and broke many web pages. If you want to go back, the 2.5 version may be available in the WordPress archive.

Hello there I am make a portfolio for my self and one of the things that I want to do is when the person viewing the project (on the project template page) they can click the image to see a larger version of it. Can someone please show me how to do so? Thanks!

Hi @nitsanc Did you ever discover if this was possible? I am looking for the same information for my UX case studies. I set up the case study page sections as rtbs because the content layout is different for each. Unfortunately, the user flows and site maps are hard to read and I would like to be able to click them into a lightbox modal. Here is my link: -mooyman-ux-portfolio?utm_medium=preview_link&utm_source=designer&utm_content=cindy-mooyman-ux-portfolio&preview=9035be940c379348c77678dbcc4c7786&mode=preview

If you see a message that "The service required to use this feature is turned off" you may need to check your privacy settings located at File>Account>Account Privacy and then click on Manage Settings. Check the Enable optional connected experiences box, click OK, and then restart PowerPoint.

Pictures from your smartphone: If you've taken a picture on your smartphone, you can make it available to insert in PowerPoint 2016 for Mac by saving the image to iCloud Drive and then following the previous procedure on this page.

The ImageButton view combines the Button view and Image view to create a button whose content is an image. The user presses the ImageButton with a finger or clicks it with a mouse to direct the application to carry out a particular task. However, unlike the Button view, the ImageButton view has no concept of text and text appearance.

ImageButton defines a Source property that should be set to the image to display in the button, with the image source being either a file, a URI, a resource, or a stream. For more information about loading images from different sources, see Images in Xamarin.Forms.

The Source property specifies the image that appears in the ImageButton. In this example it's set to a local file that will be loaded from each platform project, resulting in the following screenshots:

Sometimes an application is in a particular state where a particular ImageButton click is not a valid operation. In those cases, the ImageButton should be disabled by setting its IsEnabled property to false.

You can add photos and graphics to any slide and replace media placeholders with your own images. You can add photos from a photo library, drag them from a website or from the Finder, or take a photo on a nearby iPhone or iPad.

You can add a media placeholder (to which you can add an image, video, or audio file) to a presentation. Using a media placeholder lets you easily replace media without disturbing other elements on the slide.

Do you want to disable right-click on images in WordPress? WordPress is the most customizable CMS available, so it should come as no surprise to find out you can disable right-clicks. This is especially important for websites that rely on images as are the main form of content they offer.

The right-click allows you to see multiple options as a visitor. For example, if you highlight text and then right-click, you can choose to search that term on Google. One of the most common uses for a visitor on a website is to right-click an image and either copy or save it.

Unfortunately, this makes it extremely easy for any visitor to steal your images or graphics. This is even more problematic for an online art portfolio or photo album website, that uses images as the main attraction.

This makes it so that if someone does copy and paste an image, your watermark is part of it. In most cases, the watermark cannot be removed easily, and if it is, the image is usually damaged or of lower quality.

If you only want to disable right clicks for images in WordPress but want to let visitors use it for everything else, give the WP Content Copy Protection plugin a try. It allows you to customize what options are available for the right-click.

This is perfect for sites that want to allow visitors to highlight text and search the term on Google. The plugin also has a pro version that has watermark support. Watermarks are a far more effective way of protecting images.

The No Right Click Images Plugin does exactly what the name implies, it disables right-click on images. This is extremely useful It achieves this by using JavaScript, which makes it better at detecting images.

There is one catch that is worth mentioning. If you use a gallery or slider plugin, this plugin will not affect those images. This is meant for blogs rather than portfolios or other image-heavy sites.

However, using either of these methods will require some photo editing software and knowledge on how to use them. Thus, while disabling right-click is uncommon, it is still quite effective at preventing equal quality copies from appearing elsewhere.

As a result, either disabling right-click or adding a watermark to them are the only reasonable ways to go about it. Just keep in mind, that sometimes if your images are stolen and posted on social media, it can help you gain traffic if you have a watermark on it.

When you invoke an update, the MIG replaces the boot disks for all VMs inthe group with the latest available OS image version from your custom imagefamily. The MIG preserves metadata and startup scripts that you set up in theinstance template for each VM in the group. Non-boot disks are recreated basedon their specification in the instance template. For information aboutpreserving data, seeConfiguring stateful disks in MIGs.

Make sure you havecreated an instance template that points to an image family. Google recommends that you usecustom image familiesto reduce the risk of rolling out an image version that is incompatible withyour application. You can ensure that only compatible image versions arerolled out by adding images to your custom image family only aftercompatibility testing with your application.

In case you need to roll back to a previous OS image, you must create aninstance template and specify the image you want to use. Thenstart a rolling update to update all managed instances to use that template. For more information,seeRolling back an update.

Create an instance template that specifies a custom image family. The imagefamily should contain tested and trusted images. Each VM that the MIGcreates from the template uses the latest available image from this family. 041b061a72


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