This is something many websites haven't wrapped their heads around. Answer is, you can't. Pop-up windows were legitimately evil, because those windows would pop up more windows when you tried to close them and you would end up spending 10 minutes trying to shut the they are merely useful tools whose usage is evolving, in good and bad ways. http://europrolink.com/pop-up/pop-up-blockers-not-working.php
Scroll down a little bit more in the window that appears until you see the Pop-ups section. Compare technical specs, read reviews - that's what you need to do, not to look for a brand name. Firefox does better, especially since it exposes more settings.
Click the menu button and choose Options.Preferences. http://www.laptopmag.com/articles/stop-pop-ups-chrome Best Windows 8.1 Browser: Chrome vs. Pop Up Blocker Chrome button. Pop Up Blocker Not Working Chrome Is the pop-up shown after a mouse click or a key press?
To allow specific websites to use pop-ups, while still blocking all others, you can add those specific websites to the list of allowed sites. Parent Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:Annoying but expected (Score:5, Informative) by ObsessiveMathsFreak ( 773371 ) writes:
The solution (reported here) is to allow the 'controlling' program, McAfee, to grant popup-blocking privileges, as follows: Go into McAfee Security Center, select 'internet and network', 'configure', 'web browsing protection', 'advanced' This can also be very effective in blocking popup content. This is unreasonable. My Pop Up Blocker Is On And I Still Get Pop Ups It works perfectly for your case, sites which require scripts to run, usually host them on the same domain as the pages, so temporary permission to the 2nd level domain does
Share twitter facebook linkedin I hadn't noticed (Score:3, Informative) by SirGarlon ( 845873 ) writes: on Thursday February 05, 2009 @10:07AM (#26737377) I use Firefox with the AdBlock Plus [mozilla.org], NoScript Share twitter facebook linkedin Re:There is no problem. (Score:5, Insightful) by berend botje ( 1401731 ) writes: on Thursday February 05, 2009 @10:32AM (#26737831) It would be useful if, instead of We are well past the generational concept from previous generations of "you can buy our eyeballs". It is actually quite interesting to see the number of cross site scripts that are called in lots of websites.
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