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How To Allow Pop Ups For Certain Sites In Firefox

Discussion in 'Tech Tips and Reviews' started by Jack1000, May 15, 2015.

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  1. Jack1000

    Jack1000 Thread Starter

    Feb 4, 2001

    I always had trouble where Firefox would block important pop-ups. Like for Printing in Yahoo Mail. (Always had to click "Try Again" to get it to work.) The steps below will allow you to disable pop-up blockers for certain sites in Firefox. Note that they should NOT interfere with ad blockers such as Ad Block Plus, which blocks advertising crap. You should leave your Ad Block Plus turned on.

    How to Allow Pop Ups For Certain Sites in Firefox

    To allow pop-up windows from a specific web site:
    1. For Windows machines, click on the Tools menu, select Options and then choose Content. ...
    2. Click Exceptions (or for older versions: Allowed Sites), type the address (or URL) of the site in the Address of web site box, and then click Allow.

    Tip: Firefox may display an Information Bar when the pop-up is being blocked. If you click on Options to "Change Pop-up Settings" you will be taken right to the pop-up settings menu at that time.

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