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rivky fried

31 Dec, 2014 08:07 PM

Hi, I was just wondering if there is way to use AdBlock to block all images (i.e. not only those displayed in ads) from showing up?

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Neelfyn on 01 Jan, 2015 11:47 PM

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    Hi rivky,

    Chrome already has a feature to prevent displaying all images at chrome://settings/content — simply click "Do not show any images" on that page.

    If you'd specifically like AdBlock to do the blocking instead, you can add the following custom filters at AdBlock button > Options > Customize > Manually edit your filters > Edit:

    |http://*$image
    |https://*$image
    
  2. Neelfyn closed this discussion on 01 Jan, 2015 11:47 PM.

  3. rivkyfried1 re-opened this discussion on 02 Jan, 2015 08:25 PM

  4. 2 Posted by rivkyfried1 on 02 Jan, 2015 08:25 PM

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    Thanks for your response. When I go to Chrome/Settings, I do not have an option for Content. Please see attached snip. 
     
     
    On 01/01/15, Neelfyn<[email blocked]> wrote:
     

    // Please reply above this line
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    From: Neelfyn (Support staff)

    Hi rivky,

    Chrome already has a feature to prevent displaying all images atchrome://settings/content — simply click "Do not showany images" on that page.

    If you'd specifically like AdBlock to do the blocking instead,you can add the following custom filters at AdBlock button> Options > Customize > Manually edit your filters >Edit:

    |http://*$image|https://*$image
    

    On Wed, Dec 31 at 08:07 PM, rivky fried wrote:

    Hi, I was just wondering if there is way to use AdBlock to blockall images (i.e. not only those displayed in ads) from showingup?

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  5. Support Staff 3 Posted by Neelfyn on 05 Jan, 2015 05:47 PM

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    Hi rivky,

    Apologies for the confusion, chrome://settings/content is a link that you should be able to access by entering it in your address bar. Alternatively, you can click the Chrome menu (it looks like three dashes on top of each other, in the menu bar) > Settings > Show advanced settings (at the very bottom) > Content Settings.

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