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New check box rule: "allow everything.from current site"

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20 Jun, 2014 04:29 PM


The rule above should be made in to a "checkbox rule" with this a label similar to these:
"Allow the site you are visiting to load anything from the same site" or "Don't block resources belonging to the same domain as the site you are currently visiting"


  1. 1 Posted by Kieran on 24 Jun, 2014 07:26 PM

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    Where would this be? On the manual ad blocking wizard? On the page
    whitelist wizard?

  2. 2 Posted by 14566631 on 24 Jun, 2014 09:04 PM

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    My initial thought where to put it under the “options” where the google text ad check box is…since it is kind of a generic rule for all sites to be able to load their own stuff.

    OK, I just realize that part of the rule I initially wrote is missing…

    This is what it is supposed to look like


    The reason for this suggested checkbox is to avoid a lot of entries similar to these:

  3. 3 Posted by Tomáš on 23 Jul, 2014 01:43 PM

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    Just click on AdBlock icon and choose "Don't run on pages on this domain" option.


  4. Tomáš closed this discussion on 23 Jul, 2014 01:43 PM.

  5. 14566631 re-opened this discussion on 29 Dec, 2015 07:14 AM

  6. 4 Posted by 14566631 on 29 Dec, 2015 07:14 AM

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    By DNS_ENTRY I mean any type of DNS record (@, A, CNAME, ...)
    that can be used in a URL in a browser.

    Hummm, I'm not sure that is the same as the rule @@||DNS_ENTRY$domain=DNS_ENTRY

    "Don't run on pages on this domain" seems like add a rule similar to this: @@||DNS_ENTRY/$document This (as far as I understand) allows everything on pages belonging to DNS_ENTRY, which is not the same as continuing to filter requests/content based on all current rules/filters loaded by AdBlock with the addition of an "allow rule" for content from DNS_ENTRY when you are browsing a page served from DNS_ENTRY.

    You only want to allow content from DNS_ENTRY when you are browsing a page that actually is from (in/part of) DNS_ENTRY.

    A conceptual name for this option could be "Always Block 3rd-party content", or "Only allow 1st party content", or, a bit more descriptive "Allow all content originating from the same site/domain you currently are browsing".

    The rule/option could have a "sub option" to strictly match the exact DNS_ENTRY for the current page, or allow all from the same DNS-domain (i.e allow all content from only or allow content from anywhere in the domain

    Another "sub option" could be to enforce https on all references made by a page, if the page itself were downloaded using https (this could also be an additional "top level option" to, regardless of anything else, make sure that parts of a page is not unsecure when the main page page uses https).

    I don't know how the order of rules (or even if rules have an order) work, but perhaps there need to be a way for custom (user defined) rules to override the generic/global behaviour of an option to this for a specific url/page.

  7. Support Staff 5 Posted by Rhana on 31 Dec, 2015 02:52 PM

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    Hi 14566631,

    Thanks for the suggestion! It's an interesting one. I'll pass it on to our developers.

    As far as the order of rules goes, whitelist filters always override blacklist filters. This is regardless of whether the rules are created by the user or part of a subscribed filter list.

    AdBlock Community Manager

  8. Rhana closed this discussion on 31 Dec, 2015 02:52 PM.

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