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Do you use a pop-up blocker?

Type: General
Yes 74% 25 Votes
Sometimes 12% 4 Votes
No 15% 5 Votes

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34 Votes Total

May 1, 2013

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lk2fireone (194) I tried a pop-blocker, and was happy at first. But then it seemed to mess up the computer somehow. I don't remember the details, but my browser (Firefox) started developing problems. So I deleted the pop-up program from my PC.
05-01-13  05:33am

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jberryl69 (12) If you don't you should. And a scrip blocker too.

(NoScript is free - though a pain somewhat cause I don't turn off scripts to any sites I have to manually accept them each time I bring up a new site - but at least you can block the nosy mother fuckers who mine your data - yeah you Google.)

05-01-13  05:50am

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bbiillyy (34) Some time it shows me good stuff. If dangerous my antivirus block it
05-01-13  12:03pm

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Drooler (218) Yes, but I still need a pop-through blocker, a pop-in blocker, a pop-around-somehow blocker, and a pop-up-fucking-anyway blocker.
05-01-13  04:06pm

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pat362 (367) I have gote the one that came with my browser. It doesn't work as well on some things but for the most part. I'm satisfied.
05-01-13  06:03pm

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luv lickn clit (19) REPLY TO #4 - Drooler :

Yeah Drooler, its really annoying how some sites like CNN.com have pop-ups (pop-up fucking anyway) that defeat any blocker I've tried!
05-01-13  09:31pm

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turboshaft (24) REPLY TO #6 - luv lickn clit :

That's why I avoid sites like CNN.com. There seems little difference between them and some celebrity gossip site (and frequently no difference at all), plus all the annoying tricks and underhanded ways they employ to pump up their page view count. Splitting articles into multiple pages, misleading headlines, or just dumping a bunch of useless, spammy links instead of actually, you know, writing articles.

Basically whatever the hell you would call the Huffington Post. Is there a blocker for that site and anyone who takes it seriously? ;-)

05-01-13  11:10pm

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jberryl69 (12) REPLY TO #4 - Drooler :

Funny Drooler and well expressed sarcasm!
05-02-13  05:32am

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tangub (151) Only the one that is built in to the browser.
05-02-13  08:19am

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Cybertoad (104) REPLY TO #2 - jberryl69 :



Great stuff

05-02-13  08:39am

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gaypornolover (38) I think my browser (Firefox) comes with one as standard. It seems to block 99% of pop-ups, but one or two porn sites defeat it (that "Live Jasmine" one seems best at by-passing it).

The only non-porn site which seems able to defeat it is TripAdvisor, which always manages to sneak a pop-under past it!

05-02-13  10:30am

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gaypornolover (38) REPLY TO #2 - jberryl69 :

Oh dear, I didn't even know there was such a thing!

I am a bit cautious though - I used an Ad Blocker once which was wonderfully effective, but also stopped things I wanted without me realising. For example, I use cashback sites whereby if you do your online shopping via their site, you get cashback on your purchases.

Suddenly my purchases stopped tracking and I couldn't figure out why until I guessed it might me that - when I turned it off, the problem went away.

So I tend to live with the ads now.

I suspect a Script blocker might do similiar stuff?

05-02-13  02:53pm

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Drooler (218) REPLY TO #7 - turboshaft :

You said it about CNN.com. That and the TV networks (exception: CNN International) are at about the intellectually challenged level of the gossip fare as well. Didn't it use to be a good news source that didn't try to manipulate your emotions (on TV) or trick you into clicking one of those "spammy" links (site)?

Try this weird trick and just avoid it all together.

05-02-13  03:45pm

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Buckhead (13) Too lazy. Plus a lot of sites now use the in-frame ads as opposed to the pop-ups, so why bother?
05-02-13  08:53pm

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RustyJ (145) It has become a must in the internet. Adblockers, script blockers, host lists etc. too.
05-03-13  07:12am

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marcdc1 (165) I like the one built into chrome.
05-03-13  01:04pm

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jberryl69 (12) REPLY TO #12 - gaypornolover :

Every website sends out scripts and it's the only way you can assess them. So with the script blocker you can Allow a site but disable certain crap scripts like googleanalytics. facebook, twitter, etc. Or you can never allow a script permanently and do a temp allow for that one browser opening (another words, when you close the browser all your temp allows go away). I'm not sure that is what you had in mind but I feel it's none of their damn business what I'm browsing.
05-03-13  01:11pm

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jberryl69 (12) REPLY TO #10 - Cybertoad :

haha.. one can only try dude.
05-03-13  01:13pm

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gaypornolover (38) REPLY TO #17 - jberryl69 :

Thanks for the heads up, appreciate it. I'll do some further research on this, you've given me a good explanation to understand the basics of it, which I appreciate,
05-04-13  02:37pm

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jberryl69 (12) REPLY TO #19 - gaypornolover :

I learned it through trial and error - I just downloaded it this year so I'm no expert on the matter. I still manually ok each site. One of the issues is that some sites require you to turn on all the scripts for them to work - like show a video - which actually defeats the purpose in my mind and I don't turn on any sites permanently. Just temporarily. I have to do it for this site even though I trust it, I'll turn it on each time.
05-05-13  12:47pm

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otoh (54) Just the built-in one with chrome - seems fine and I've never had enough issues to warrant trying a dedicated one, or similar ad-blocker.
05-11-13  06:32am

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