Disabling Photolock™ on Select Images

⚠️This feature is only available on Premium Plan
You can disable Photolock™ on certain images by adding "photolock-skipimage" class value to the image tag in your code.

Only Mouse locks, warning messages and watermark will be disabled for the image that has this class value. Screenwide, sitewide and external locks will still be in effect. If you want to disable all locks, you may consider disabling photolock for a page.
On website platforms like Shopify & Big Commerce, you can use the platform's template language to check for a specific image in a file. For example, in Shopify, this language is called "liquid".

Use the template language to check for the image:

<img class="{% if product.handle contains 'book' %}photolock-skipimage{% endif %} product-image">
If your website is built with pure HTML and CSS, there will be a separate image tag file for each of your images. Then you will need to locate the image tag and add the class value.

At the end the image tag should look something like this:

<img class="photolock-skippage large-image" />
Once class values are added, make sure this setting is enabled and related locks will be turned off for such images.
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