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How to prevent pictures from being downloaded by right-clicking on them or Inspecting the web page?

You can't prevent it, you can only stop people who don't understand coding. Generally it is done with Javascript which is easy to disable. Further, it is a trivial matter to take a screenshot of an ...
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How to prevent pictures from being downloaded by right-clicking on them or Inspecting the web page?

By definition, if a visitor can view an image, it has already been downloaded. That's how a web page works. You can however use a variety of tactics to make it more difficult to do so. As you've ...
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How to prevent pictures from being downloaded by right-clicking on them or Inspecting the web page?

One more trick to make it a little harder, which also works with Javascript disabled. Use CSS to position a transparent element over the image, so that right clicking it does not show the image-...
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How to prevent pictures from being downloaded by right-clicking on them or Inspecting the web page?

For mitigating direct URL access you would have to implement a token system which allows images to be downloaded only when the page is visited. When the web page loads, generate a token and save it to ...
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SEO impact of breaking one nested menu into two flat menus

There will be no negative impact on this from the SEO vantage point. Maintaining a navigation tree is more of an UX thing than an SEO thing. As long as both the pages are crawlable by spiders, you ...
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SEO impact of breaking one nested menu into two flat menus

Okay. This gets a bit complicated. While no-one short of a search engineer can tell you what any search engine will do specifically, we know a few things based upon what Google tells us in a whole ...
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Understanding role="complementary" attribute and <aside> tag

Is <div role="complementary"> equal to <aside>? In the docs is written the exact answer to this: Note: Using the element will automatically communicate a section has a role of ...
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How to prevent pictures from being downloaded by right-clicking on them or Inspecting the web page?

To simply disable the Context (right-click menu) at the web page level: HTML body tag: <body oncontextmenu="return false"> Javascript on page: document.oncontextmenu = function() { ...
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How to prevent pictures from being downloaded by right-clicking on them or Inspecting the web page?

The way you're probably looking for is a javascript script overriding the call for a context-menu on <img> tag that does not call the menu and does not do anything. The exact script depends on ...
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How to prevent pictures from being downloaded by right-clicking on them or Inspecting the web page?

Using the CSS rule pointer-events: none; on image elements prevents them from responding to click events: right clicking the image will still show a page context menu, but without "save image&...
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How to prevent pictures from being downloaded by right-clicking on them or Inspecting the web page?

Embed the images in a multimedia object. Back before Flash got rendered obsolete and had its support removed, one popular method for doing this was embedding the images you want to display (but ...
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WP Avada menu SEO

How can we show Google that this is the preferred menu? My question to that question is "why". Google is the middleman here. Your website should be designed primarily for your guests, not search ...
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WP Avada menu SEO

I would use the HTML Nav tag on your main menu. I'm not familiar with your theme but its likely you will need to edit your theme files. https://www.w3schools.com/TagS/tag_nav.asp
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Building menus without nested lists impacts on SEO?

its lesser your menu, but rather nesting of your urls/folders, which makes impact on SEO. It means: flatter nesting == better for SEO, because of lesser efforts for Googlebot. About menu: it should ...
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