Pop are the new browser windows that open up when you are browsing. The main purpose of popups is to show attractive ads to catch more traffic to the website. By default, maximum browsers block the pop-ups. But sometimes the pop-up ads provide free downloadable application etc. which can be useful for us. So let us learn How to allow Pop-ups in Google Chrome?
Steps to block and allow Pop-Ups in Google Chrome:
Step 1: Click on the Menu (1) bar that appears to the right corner of the browser’s window. Then click the Settings option.
Step 4: A Content setting dialog box will pop up. Now scroll down the dialog box till you find Pop-ups section. Under Pop-ups section you will find two radio button options.
First is Allow all sites to show pop-ups, selecting this you will allow every site you visit, to show their pop-ups.
Second, Do not allow any site to show pop-ups, selecting this you would block pop-up for every site.
Now to block popups for each site click on the second option i.e. Do not allow any site to show pop-ups. By default, the second option is selected in Chrome as you can see it is written within brackets “recommended” beside the second option.
Step 5: To allow popups you have to follow same steps till step 3 of Block pop-ups. The next step after Step 3 would be, selecting the first option i.e. Allow all sites to show pop-ups. This will allow each site you surf, to show popups to you.
Step 6: You can also customize the pop-ups. For that click on Manage exceptions button.
Step 7: A Pop-up exceptions dialog box is opened. You can find two sections in the dialog box Hostname pattern and Behavior. You can put the URL of the site for which you have to customize the popup under Hostname pattern, and under Behavior section, you have to select whether you want to allow or block pop-ups for the site.
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