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    Very nice extension. ^^ It will definitely be replacing AdSweep for me because of how many false positives that had.

    @addysdddy; for that one you can do
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    IMG[src^="http://example.com/ads/"]
    which will make sure the src starts with that, and can have anything afterward. For one where you want to make sure something is in the src, rather than it having to be at the beginning do
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    IMG[src*="ads"]
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    Thanks, corrected.

    addysdddy
    Small addition to Waha. Button "Block elements" always used wildcards for images and iframes.

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    hi
    is there a way to block ads from a specific server with no tag

    simple exemple : block all adsense ads

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    Quote Originally Posted by alain57 View Post
    hi
    is there a way to block ads from a specific server with no tag

    simple exemple : block all adsense ads
    IFRAME[src*="adsense"],IMG[src*="adsense"]

    Or "googleads" or "doubleclick.net" or whatever else you want to block instead of "adsense"
    I don't think the word "adsense" is actually in the URL but I'm not sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waha View Post

    @addysdddy; for that one you can do
    Code:
    IMG[src^="http://example.com/ads/"]
    which will make sure the src starts with that, and can have anything afterward. For one where you want to make sure something is in the src, rather than it having to be at the beginning do
    Code:
    IMG[src*="ads"]
    Quote Originally Posted by Lex1 View Post

    Small addition to Waha. Button "Block elements" always used wildcards for images and iframes.
    Thanks for the tips.

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    Christopher

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    ok 2 questions:

    1. is this actually AdBlock plus, using all the AdBlock rules and subscriptions, Or is this an ad blocker, that has no connection to AdBlock plus?

    2. Has anyone validated that this is free of spyware, trojans, or any other kinds of malware?

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    Thanks for the AdBlock+ extension!

    I'm thinking that most people who install this extension are a bit confused. The Firefox version of AdBlock+ automatically subscribes to the filter subscription "EasyList (USA)" upon installation. The current Google Chrome version of AdBlock+ extension doesn't yet support filter subscriptions. You can however, block ads when you see them so that you don't see them again.

    I was wondering if Google Chrome's version of AdBlock+ could use Mozilla's ad blocking rules. The subscription lists (in .txt format) are listed at http://adblockplus.org/en/subscriptions .

    For easy access, here's the list for EasyList(USA).
    http://adblockplus.mozdev.org/easylist/easylist.txt

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonic2020 View Post
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    I was wondering if Google Chrome's version of AdBlock+ could use Mozilla's ad blocking rules. The subscription lists (in .txt format) are listed at http://adblockplus.org/en/subscriptions .

    For easy access, here's the list for EasyList(USA).
    http://adblockplus.mozdev.org/easylist/easylist.txt
    Doesn't look like it. Those are RegEx matches, where these are CSS selectors.
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    Please forgive me as I figure out how to use this extension.
    I noticed that if I edit the style/rule for one page, that style doesn't apply to another site.

    Is there a way to make a rule that applies for all websites?

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    The Firefox version of AdBlock+
    The Firefox version is called «AdBlock Plus».

    I was wondering if Google Chrome's version of AdBlock+ could use Mozilla's ad blocking rules
    Next version will partially support the AdBlock Plus lists (Site specific element hiding rules). For full support is need a content policy, what not exists in Chrome.

    Is there a way to make a rule that applies for all websites?
    No, not yet. Use Adsweep, etc.

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