We understand why people use ad blockers. And we understand why you might be still using them even after reading our article about why they might be valuable for certain websites.
There is a way to support free web services, however, without uninstalling your ad-blocking Chrome extensions. Find out how to disable adblockers on certain websites only!
Disable AdBlock For Certain Websites Only
Following, we chose three common ad-blocking Google Chrome extensions to show how to enable ads from certain domains only. You don’t have to disable your ad blocker all together to support the websites you want to support!
Check out the following tutorials!
AdBlock is a well-known and probably the most-used Google Chrome extensions for blocking ads on all kinds of websites as well as YouTube. This is how you can enable it for PDF2Go, Img2Go, Video2Edit, and more pages that you want to support.
|1. Click on the AdBlock icon in your browser’s toolbar.|
2. In the menu that pops up, click on “Don’t run on pages on this site“.
|3. On the new window will pop up, specify which pages should be excluded. Pull the left control all the way to the right and leave the right control in its default position.|
Check the shown URL. * functions as a placeholder for any sub-domain or page name that might be part of the URL as well. (shown below)
|4. Click on “Exclude“.|
5. Afterward, the page will refresh automatically. The formerly red icon in the browser’s toolbar should be green now. It will appear like this on all pages that are excluded from the AdBlock.
2. Adblock Plus
Adblock Plus is another popular Google Chrome extension. The following easy-to-follow tutorial shows how to disable this extension on specific websites.
|1. Click on the Adblock Plus icon in your browser’s toolbar.|
2. A menu pops up after clicking. It immediately shows an option to disable the ad blocking on the website or specific page you are viewing. 2. In the menu that pops up, click on the toggle under “BLOCK ADS ON This website:”.
|3. Afterward, the toggle will turn gray.|
4. Click on “Refresh” to refresh the page you were on. Now, the icon in the toolbar should also be grayed-out on all pages ads are not blocked on.
3. AdBlock Ultimate
The third and last extension we had a look at is AdBlocker Ultimate.
|1. Click on the AdBlock Ultimate icon in your browser’s toolbar.|
2. A menu pops up after clicking. It shows that the extension is enabled on this page.
|3. Simply click on “Enabled on this site“. The text will immediately change to “Disabled on this site”, sporting a red “x”.|
4. The icon in the toolbar should be grayed-out on all pages ads are not blocked on now.