I understand that as long as an information is online there's no 100% secure to prevent it being stolen... but all I'm looking here is a basic of the basics application: HOW DO I DISABLE RIGHT CLICK? That's all I'm looking for, but no, I cannot find it. ORZ
All other blogs I know have it as an option in there general setting "disable right click? yes or no" and it's done. But here in WordPress.com I've looked through applications, forums, support and comments... what I found is "Wordpress.com cannot disable right click at all." WordPress.org? Yes, with a plugin. WordPress.com? Nope, not a chance.
Is that really true? Being #1 for personal blogging and everything, yet Wordepress.com do not have the most simple disable-copy protection? I know WordPress.com and WordPress.org is different, still, is it really that hard to do this one simple application?
I am so very confusing right now, and when I tried to ask help from a WordPress.com staff in support forums, I see that the forum will be close until middle of the September. Does that mean my question will not be answered by a staff after all? That I have to wait weeks more before I can let people knew I got a new blog because I cannot find "How to disable right-click" anywhere?
At very last, I just want to state that I need a satisfy answer, and "Wordpress.com cannot disable right click at all" or "There are many ways such as state your copyright at the end of your every single posts, but no, no right-click disable" is absolutely not acceptable. ORZ Plug-ins or pay for upgrade is a-okay, but please just let me know.
The blog I need help with is unazure.wordpress.com.