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How to Allow or Block Popups in Chrome



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Google Chrome blocks pop-ups out of the box, but sometimes prevents them even if you expect one from a trusted site. To control and allow or block pop-ups in Chrome:

By default, Google Chrome automatically disables pop-ups in your browser. easily overlooked because the Internet should be presented like this. Not all pop-up windows are malignant or invasive. Some websites use them for legitimate reasons.

To skip pop-ups from a specific site

When Chrome blocks a popup from a site, an icon with a red X appears in the corner of the omnibox.

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icon If you suspect that this is a bug and you want to see pop-ups from this site, click the icon to display the site-specific options and choose Popups and always allow redirects "and then click" Done ".

 Click the blocked pop-up icon, select Always allow popups and redirects, and then click

After you click Done, "Refresh the page to Save your selection and see all intended popups on this site.

If you only want to see one pop-up window once, click the blue link in this window and you will be redirected to the original blocked popup.

 Click on the blue link for a repeat popup ad when you open the pop-up notification ation window

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How to block pop-ups from a particular site

Chrome blocks a majority of pop-ups very well, but sometimes it pops up – or you accidentally click "Allow" instead of " Block "- and get to your screen. To explicitly block a site from showing pop-ups, you can add it to Chrome's block list.

Click the menu icon, then click Settings. Alternatively, enter: chrome: // settings / into the Omnibox to get there directly.

 Click the menu button, and then click Settings

. On the Settings tab, scroll down and click Advanced. [19659003]   Click

Scroll down to the "Privacy and Security" heading and you'll see the "Content Settings" option. Click on it.

 Click Content Settings under the Privacy and Security heading

In the list of settings, click the "Popups and Redirects" option.

 Click Pop Upgrades and Redirects

If you've accidentally added a site to the Allow List, you can immediately revoke its permissions so Chrome will block the popups again. Otherwise, you must manually add the problem URL to the revocation list. We will guide you through both cases below.

Under the "Allow" heading, locate the problem site, click "More" (three dots) and then "Block".

 Next to the site you want to block Click More and then Block

This moves the URL from the Allow List to the Block List.

 The site is now listed under the Block List

Click the "Add" button to the right of the "Block" heading.

 Click

At the command prompt Enter the URL of the Web site you want to block and click Add.

 Type the Web site in the command prompt, and then click Add

. Note: Note: Deploying If you want to block all popups across the site, use the prefix [*.] to query all subdomains from the site.

The web address a All child domains are now in the list of locks, and Chrome should handle all future pop-up requests from this site.

 Popups from the site are now blocked by Chrome

How to Allow All pop-ups

Allowing pop-ups globally is not recommended, as they can be intrusive and annoying. However, if for any reason you need to allow the display of pop-ups on any website, you can bypass Chrome-Pop Blocker. If you need to view a specific website, add it first to the Allow method above.

Open Chrome and go back to Settings> Content Settings> Popups and Redirects Type chrome: // settings / content / popups into the omnibox and press Enter.

Turn up on "Block" or "Allow" pop-ups. [19659003]   Enable or disable this feature to allow or block pop-ups.


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