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03 Oct, 2014 05:12 AM

I don't support the idea behind ad blockers in general as websites are able to remain free due to ads. However some websites take this too far and I would like to have ads blocked on these sites. How can I set up my filters so that everything is allowed by default and then when I visit a site that annoys me I can click the button at the top and choose to block ads from the domain?

  1. 1 Posted by Kieran on 03 Oct, 2014 07:19 AM

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    We do have an option at AdBlock button -> Options -> CUSTOMISE which lets
    you show ads everywhere except on certain domains. I will, however, pass
    your suggestion on to our team.

    If you have experience with making Chrome extensions in HTML, CSS,
    JavaScript & jQuery, feel free to send us a patch of the code at as an attachment!

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