How to Disable Copying Text On Blogger Blogs?

Steps to implement to Blogger (Disable Copying Text):

Text selection Lock by DiscountJugaad

 1. Go to Dashboard Select the blog where you would like to implement the code
2. Go to Layout Add a Gadget > Select “HTML/JavaScript gadget”
3. Paste the following code in the box:
<script src='demo-to-prevent-copy-paste-on-blogger_files/googleapis.js'></script>
<script type='text/javascript'>if (typeof document.onselectstart!="undefined" ) {document.onselectstart=new Function ("return false" );} else {document.onmousedown=new Function ("return false" ); document.onmouseup=new Function ("return true" );
}</script><a href="https://discountjugaad.com/" imageanchor="1" style="margin-left: 1em; margin-right: 1em;"><img border="0" data-original-height="49" data-original-width="148" src="https://i.imgur.com/8KGBOmx.jpg" /></a>

4. You are done!!! Check out how it works. Let us know in the comment section. 

Note: The above code can also be placed between <head> & </head>

How to Import / Syndicate WordPress blog posts to Blogger.com (Blogspot.com)

Blogger does not currently support importing a wordpress blog, but you can still do it easly:

1. Login to your WordPress account and navigate to the Dashboard for the blog that you’d like to transfer to Blogger. Click on the Tools tab > Export link, then download the WordPress WXR export file by clicking on Download Export File and save this file to your local machine.

2. Go to WordPress2Blogger, browse to that saved document and click Convert and save that file to your local machine. In this file will be the contents of your posts/comments from WordPress in a Blogger export file.

3. Then from your dashboard: Settings > Other tab, Blog Tools and click “Import” to import the converted file.

Really Blogspot blogs blocked in India?

Blogs with the domain name blogspot.com have been reported as inaccessible by users of certain internet service providers (ISPs) in India. Though other blogs powered by Google’s Blogger service, but having their own domain names are accessible. The block seems to be currently limited to only a few ISPs, with many users on other ISPs still being able to access blogspot.com freely.

Airtel has denied any blocking on its part. “We have’nt blocked any blogspot,” the company said in a post though its official Twitter account (@Airtel_Presence). Tech blogger Amit Agarwal believes that it “looks more like a glitch than a ban.”
This incident of blogs being inaccessible has brought back memories of the infamous 2006 blog block that affected most blogging services. The government had then issued directives to ISPs to block a few specific blogs and the ISPs ended up blocking entire domains leading to an online outburst.

ibnlive.in.com

Update: Blogspot blogs are now accessible on Airtel. The ISP denies blocking the domain.