Setting Copycat Protection for WordPress Website

The Appender WordPress Plugin adds your copyrights to any copied text and provides Copycat Protection for WordPress. The plugin works for all WordPress Pages and Posts and allows you to add copyrights to both the beginning and the end of the copied phrase. In addition, the plugin allows you to control the copying of data on the Page, prohibiting or allowing some of the methods of copying.

Installing of the Appender WordPress plugin

To install the plugin, read the article Installing WordPress Plugin. Installing the plugin takes only a few seconds.

To open the plugin settings slick Settings below plugin name on the plugins page

Copycat Protection for WordPress – Appender on the Plugins page
Appender on the Plugins page

or in the WordPress Sidebar menu go to Appender

Copycat Protection for WordPress – Appender in the WordPress sidebar
Appender in the WordPress sidebar

In the plugin settings, there are several tabs responsible for various groups of plugin settings.

General settings

On the General tab, you can compose and setup everything about appended text and copying options.

String length

The maximum length of the copied line of text. You can select between 0 and 500 characters. If zero is selected, the length of the string will not be limited.

Before copied

This setting enables and disables the text inserted before the copied text.

After copied

This setting turns text on and off after the copied text.

You can use plain text, special characters, and other characters that support the clipboard. In addition to plain text, you can use a “mustache pattern” variables:

{SiteTitle}

The example above adds to the copied text Site Title from WordPress settings.

{Tagline}

The example above add to the copied text Tagline from WordPress settings.

{SiteURL}

The example above adds to the copied text Site URL name from WordPress settings.

{PageTitle}

The example above adds to the copied text Title of the page on which the text was copied.

{PageURL}

The example above adds to the copied text Page URL on which the text was copied.

{Date}

The example above adds to the copied text Date of copying a post in the format that is installed in WordPress.

{Time}

The example above add to the copied text Time of copying a post in the format that is installed in WordPress

Read more: {PageTitle} at {Time} | {PageURL}

Disable Save

This setting disables the Page save keys for Windows, macOS, and Linux. Disable: Ctrl + S (Windows and Linux),  + S (macOS)

Disable View Source

This setting disables the viewing Source code of the Page for Windows, macOS, and Linux. Disable: Ctrl + U (Windows and Linux),  + U (macOS)

Disable Developer Tool

This setting disables Developer Tools shortcut buttons Ctrl + Shift + I (Windows and Linux),  +  + I (macOS)

Disable Safari Reader Mode

This setting disables the transition to the Reading mode for Safari to protect against copying text in reading mode. Disable:  + Shift + R Safari (macOS)

JavaScript Required

Enabling this setting controls the display of the message that JavaScript is off.
In the field below toggle, you can configure the text of the message that will be displayed. Please keep this option enabled.

Save changes

Do not forget to click Save Changes after changing the Copycat Protection plugin for WordPress settings. After clicking this button, the settings will be saved and applied to all pages of the website.

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