I recently had an issue with someone jacking my content and passing it off as their own on a different blogsite. After emailing the bloghost with a DCMA complaint, and receiving no answer back, nor any change at the offending blog, I was hoping there was a way I could disable right-clicking on my blog. I know that they can still print-screen it, but I want to make the process as tedious as possible since the other site won’t step in despite obvious proof of the plagiarism.
However, I can’t find anything related to this on the support section or forums. Is this something WordPress does not offer?
No, WP doesn’t offer that, because it’s absolutely useless and would only give the illusion that your content is protected.
Have you set your feed to summary instead of full text in Settings > Reading?
PS Please paste the URL of your blog when asking questions here. Or (better for you) make your username link to your blog (Users > Personal Settings: scroll down to Account Details, paste blog URL in the Website field, click Save Changes).
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