Monday, September 1, 2014

Protect your photos from opening with left click on single click

Posted on 6:27 PM by Sabby D

1. After uploading the picture to your blog post, click on the Edit HTML tab of the writing area.

2. You should see code at the top of the page that looks something like this:

<a href="http://yoursiteurl.com/yourpicture.jpg"><img alt="S7302723" src="http://yoursiteurl.com/yourpicture.jpg" width="184" align="left" border="0" height="244"/></a>

3. Delete the following sections:

<a href="http://yoursiteurl.com/yourpicture.jpg">and   </a>Those are the parts that make the image into a link.


4. MAKE SURE you leave the img section:






<img alt="S7302723" src="http://yoursiteurl.com/yourpicture.jpg" width="184" align="left" border="0" height="244"/>

5. Preview your post.  If your image is still there and does not go to a separate page when you click on it, you did everything correctly and can save your post or continue writing it.


You will have to make changes to each of your already published pictures individually, but if you really don’t want people to be able to bring them up on a separate page, it would be worth it.

Courtesy RS Designs 

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