Automatically add URL Resources On Copied Articles

Article scraping still haunts the entire blogosphere. No matter how hard you try to defend your creation, content thieves will always find a way to steal it! It really feels terrible to find exact copies of your original work distributed all over the internet, often without any credit or link back to your blog as the source. The most frustrating part is when you find the copied content outranking your own blog in the search engines. These days plagiarism has increased to a large extent. Everyone is busy copying others posts, articles and ideas. Authors spend their time and work hard preparing superb posts and some people copy them into their blog and get the benefits! Isn’t that wrong? It’s certainly wrong!

Unfortunately, most of which refer to it as anti copas script . But, logically, the script-script function only to “turn off” some features browser only, not to take from the action copy paste . Functions only reduce the possibility / opportunity dicopas text or picture, but COULD NOT totally avoid copas action. Meaning? Copas now on clever craftsmen. This script initially consisted of two types, PHP and Javascript, and my normal use on berplatform WordPress website. With a few modifications and purify into the javascript, this script can be used on  Blogger . Perhaps you’ve found a kind of script. If not, and are interested, please use only. When someone will steal or copy your articles they copy only the link of your post, that are the benefits of this trick.

Protect your blog
So what to do against this? How to protect my blog posts? How to ensure that my blog posts aren’t copied or people find it difficult to copy them? Here are best ways to protect your blog posts…


Add This Code To Blogger

  • Sign in to the Blogger Account
  • Select Template and click Edit HTML (Click on Proceed)
  • Find </body>  (Find using ctrl + F)
  • Add the code below before </body> 
  • Click on Save
<script type='text/javascript'>
function addLink(){var a=document.getElementsByTagName("body")[0];var b;b=window.getSelection();var c="<br/><br/> Source: <a href=""+document.location.href+"">"+document.location.href+"</a><br/>Content is owned and copyrighted by:";var d=b+c;var e=document.createElement("div");"absolute";"-99999px";a.appendChild(e);e.innerHTML=d;b.selectAllChildren(e);window.setTimeout(function(){a.removeChild(e)},0)}document.oncopy=addLink


  • Change into your blog url

And now try to copy your article and paste it in notepad, and see what happen.

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About kasper

Hey Guys I am Avinash a.k.a Kasper.I am one of the founder of this blog.I love blogging,gaming and other fitness activities.Blogging has taught me many things in my life and made me different from others.The only thing I believe is that if you ain't First your Last!


  1. Bishnu Subedi says:

    thanks dude, i have applied in my blog

  2. adrian lucernas says:

    @Bishnu Subedi your welcome mate, stay with us for the latest updates..Thanks.

  3. Gagan Masoun says:

    yes, you are right, attribution link is important :), We can also use tynt tool for automatically add attribution link to Copied Text.

  4. shakeel asghar says:

    but it’s bad thing for a professional blogger if we give any script and widgets for our viewers then source always be copied and its reduce traffic you better know about it. i apply this script on my blog and when i copy anything the source always copy and under blockquote write does not copy always, source copy. many of people complain about it on my blog now i removed this script from my blog now here is one problem when i copy some thing from my blog this url always show with copy text “Read more: (url of the post#ixzzs2am )” like that please help me how can i remove it properly

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  5. Love the way it is Dude. It really works in my newly created blog. Is this applicable to a drupal site?

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