Generally, websites fight harder to protect their content from online theft and it is the end-user who suffers when you are unable to copy even a name or an address from a webpage. With the help of the above simple methods, you can avoid the problem of sites blocking their written content.
Disable Java Script
Click on the overflow menu situated at the top right of your Chrome browser and go to Settings.
Scroll to the Advanced section and head to Privacy and Security.
Under that, look for Site Settings.
Copy from website source code
Websites are written in a hypertext markup language (HTML). This code can be viewed by right-clicking on the website if not disabled and selecting “View source”
For beginners, this will be confusing and overwhelming and you might require basic HTML skills.
However, if the website has disabled right-click simply put below on your browser followed by the website/page URL
Once you have access to the code you can easily get the information you want and copy-paste as you want.
Take a Screenshot
If you are unable to directly copy the content, you can still take a picture of the webpage using the Screen Capture extension. Once you install this extension, a camera icon will appear next to the address bar on your Chrome browser. Tap on this icon to take a screenshot of the entire webpage.
You can then save it as either a JPG, PNG, or PDF file on your device.
If you don’t want to install an extension, simply press the Print Screen or PrtSc button on your keyboard. You can paste this into any image editor or word processing app that supports images. Some site owners do block this option, though.
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