Click Here To Read How To Disengage Pop Up Blockers

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I have always desired to disable pop-up blockers from functioning as I earn my bread and butter through advertisements. What solution do you have on how to disengage pop up blockers? I am struggling to get solutions. Please help me.

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Click Here To Read How To Disengage Pop Up Blockers

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You have come to the right page. Read the following:

For Internet Explorer 8

• Navigate to Tools; look for Pop-up Blocker and click on Pop-up Blocker Settings.
• Add the URL to the Allowed Sites list by copying them. You can add as many locations as you need and click on Allow for each one.
• Click on Close.

In Internet Explorer 9

• Go to Tools and click on Internet Options.
• Go to the Privacy tab.
• Leave the Turn on Pop-up Blocker checkbox checked.
• Click on Settings.
• Add the URL to the Allowed Sites list by copying them. You can add as many locations as you need and click on Allow for each one.
• Click on Close.

In Firefox

In Firefox, pop-up blocking is enabled by default.
• Click on Tools and select Options.
• Click on the Content tab in the next window called Options window.
• Leave the Block pop-up windows checkbox checked.
• Tap on the Exceptions button.
• Add the URL to the Allowed Sites list by copying them. You can add as many locations as you need and click on Allow for each one.
• Add the URL for the website you want to allow pop-ups for in the box under named ‘Address of website:’ and then click on Allow.
• Click on Close and the Allowed Sites window closes.
• Select OK.

Google Chrome

In Google Chrome, pop-up blocking is enabled by default.
• Access the browser settings
• Click on ‘Options’ to open a dialog box.
• Click on Under the Hood.
• Choose the Content settings.
• Tick the “Do not allow any site to show pop-ups” radio button and then click on the Manage Exceptions button.

• Ensure Allow is selected from the Action drop-down list and then press Enter.
• Close the Window and restart the browser.

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Click Here To Read How To Disengage Pop Up Blockers

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As a website owner, you can do several things to check if a visitor is using a popup blocker. One is detect any popup blocker on a user’s web browser. One example of a JavaScript code that will detect popup blocker on a web browser is the following code:

//– start of snippet —
function PopupBlocked() {
var PUtest = window.open(null,””,”width=100,height=100″);
try { PUtest.close(); return false; }
catch(e) { return true; }
}

if(PopupBlocked()) {
alert(‘Test popup was blocked.’);
// Custom code may replace alert()
}
else {
alert(‘Test popup was successful.’);
// Custom code may replace alert()
}
//– end of snippet –

What this JavaScript code does is first, the “PopupBlocked()” function will try to launch a popup then close it. If “PopupBlocked()” was able to close the popup, the launch is successful and the popup was not blocked. Else, the popup was blocked which means a popup blocker is enabled on the browser. This test is enough to see whether or not an unwanted popup is allowed.

Now, if the test failed and you verified that a popup blocker is active, you can trigger a message to alert the user to disable the browser’s popup blocker to enable displaying of your ads for revenue purposes.

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