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I've noticed that on most successful / large WordPress websites, that you can't simply right click on an image and find its URL. I definitely want to do this on mine, to prevent people from easily snatching the images, hotlinking, seeing my url structure (to know it's WordPress int he first place), etc, but I'm not sure how to set this up.
Is there a simple function I could add to functions.php to do this? Is there a way to hide both media library images, and images I link to manually from an uploads folder of my choice?
Talk your host about editing your httaccess file to disable hotlinking.
It's not recommended to disable right click due to accessibility issues.
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