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How can I block ads from a specific website only?
To clarify - do you want to block ads that are displayed when you visit a certain site, like block all ads on cnet.com, or do you want to block all ads that advertise a certain site, regardless of whose site you are on? What adblocking extension do you use now? If you use adblock plus or ublock origin you could ask in their own forums.
I want to block ANY ads that appear on a SPECIFIC website when I visit that SPECIFIC website
I dont know and I dont care where these ads come from.
Specify what an ad is and how to tell the browser.
Think for yourself. Otherwise you have to believe what other people tell you.
A society based on individualism is an oxymoron. || Freedom is at first the freedom to starve.
Constitution says: One man, one vote. Supreme court says: One dollar, one vote.
Try Ublock Origin, blocks literally all ads.
If you use NoScript it will list the urls which try and load during the page load.
You can judge which are good and which are those you wish to block.
Each site can also be given a customized default which will allow some of the site to continue to function.
I think uBlock has the same capability in identifying which urls try to load.
Doesn't matter what you say, it's wrong for a toaster to walk around the house and talk to you
I don't think you understand what I am saying.
There are ad blockers, right? I want one to work only when I visit a specific website!
Try Ublock Origin, blocks literally all ads!
How can I make it work for no site, apart from http://www. freedating .co.uk ?
Last edited by DanRaisch on June 8th, 2018, 7:38 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: Link broken.
That Ublock Origin does not allow me to apply for jobs on indeed.co.uk!
And I don't see a way to whitelist a website!
You could always disable the extension when visiting that job site as it is unlikely to have a lot of ads displayed.
The whitelist is in the settings of the extension.
Well, it's pretty obvious!
You bookmark the about:addons page and have uBlock Origin disabled all the time, until you want to go to that site and then you bring up the bookmark and enable the extension!
Copy/paste the following regular expression into the Whitelist pane in the dashboard:
The directive -- a regex using negative lookahead -- will cause uBO to be disabled everywhere except when visiting "www\.freedating\.co\.uk" (backslashes used to prevent forum to render link),
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