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blocking multiple ads

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22 Feb, 2015 06:12 AM

i just wanted to say if we could block multiple ads on a website , it would be great .
i go to a lot of site that they have ads all over the site and they make me mad . but thank to this app we can block them all
but we have to do the same thing 20 times in a site :
-----------------> click on the icon ---------> block an ad on this website ----------------> look good thingy --------->block it and now it is blocked . and you have to do this all over again for another ad .

  1. 1 Posted by James Edward Le... on 23 Feb, 2015 04:43 AM

    James Edward Lewis II's Avatar

    What you could do is fiddle with the Web Inspector (or maybe the blockable-items view) and figure out what URL patterns to use to block all the ads in one go, and then paste all of those blocking filters into your Custom Filters.

  2. Support Staff 2 Posted by Rhana on 15 Jun, 2015 01:55 PM

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    Hi Woldo,

    Apologies for the super late reply! We're mostly volunteers or part-timers here at AdBlock support, and it just so happened that most of us were unavailable for the past few weeks.

    In the meantime, our developers have squashed a bunch of bugs and released a couple of updates. Please make sure that AdBlock is up-to-date (the current version is 2.35).

    With AdBlock enabled, you generally shouldn't see ads at all without having to do anything. You definitely shouldn't have to block ads individually. Is this still happening for you?

    AdBlock Community Manager

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