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Instructions for Disabling AdBlock Extensions on LinuxSecurity.com

Date 29 May 2020
Category Uncategorised
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Posted By Super User (admin old)

Welcome to the LinuxSecurity.com instruction page on how to turn off your adblocker. We sincerely appreciate the support you are providing by choosing to disable your adblocker on our website. We depend on ad revenue to continue creating free, quality content for you to enjoy. Below are steps you can take in order to white list LinuxSecurity.com on your browser or device.

Google Chrome
Using AdBlock Plus

  • Click on the AdBlock Plus icon on the top right of your browser
  • A drop-down menu will appear with a check mark followed by Enabled on this site
  • Click the button until the text reads Disabled on this site
  • Refresh the page or click Continue to site to access LinuxSecurity.com

Using Chrome adblock extension

  • Click on the hand icon for adblock extension, on the top right corner of your browser
  • A drop-down menu will appear
  • Click the Don't run on pages on this domain option on the drop down
  • Once clicked a settings popup will appear.
  • Click Exclude
  • Refresh the page or click Continue to site to access LinuxSecurity.com

Firefox

  • Click on the AdBlock Plus icon on the top right of your browser
  • A drop-down menu will appear
  • Click the Disabled on LinuxSecurity.com option on the drop down
  • Refresh the page or click Continue to site to access LinuxSecurity.com
  • Firefox "Private Window" runs its own version of adblock. You will receive an adblock detection screen on Private Window, even if you are not running any adblock plugins. In this case, you will need to open LinuxSecurity.com on your standard Firefox window.

Internet Explorer

  • Click on the AdBlock Plus icon on the bottom right hand side of your browser
  • A drop-down menu will appear
  • Click the Disable on www.linuxsecurity.com option on the drop down
  • Refresh the page or click Continue to site to access LinuxSecurity.com

Devices with Apple IOS9 and above

  • Go to the Settings app on the main screen
  • Click on the Safari button
  • From Menu click Content Blockers
  • You will see your blocker enabled. Slide button to the left to disable.
  • Return to your Safari browser and refresh the page or click Continue to site to access LinuxSecurity.com

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