Common Queries and Tips
We are frequently asked about disabling “right-click” to stop people stealing images. We don't add right click protection because it's very easy to get around and may interfere with legitimate use of right click by other users.
To see how to get around right click protection, on any web page that has it on, simply select “File-Save As” and then save “Web page complete”. The page will have been downloaded complete with images.
The only effective way to stop images being copied is to watermark them. You can either do this yourself when preparing the images for web use, or you can do it by ticking the Automatically watermark images box in the photo settings (see Photo settings for more information).
If you are concerned about copying, we also recommend restricting the maximum size of images to 600 pixels. This will ensure there isn't really sufficient detail to make it worth stealing images.
Even the top image libraries have no qualms about posting huge galleries of images online. Also, have a look at www.bbc.co.uk and you can easily right click on any of their images (and they use some of the top photo agencies in the UK).