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Blocking Web Addresses in Safari


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Alright All,

I seem to be getting one or two web pages self load in Safari, I have the pop up blocker turned on. Is there any way I can ban certain web addresses.

Any help much appreciated.
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I'd try the SafariStand plugin: It lets you block certain sites from loading certain things.
Google it...
Or check out pithelmet for a better popup and ad blocker.
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