This is a filtering program that stops pop-up ads from displaying on web pages. So you can’t click on an ad and be taken to a different page.
This is a plug-in that stops pop-ups ads from displaying on a web page. So you cant click on an ad and be taken to a different page.
The problem is that many people disable pop-ups on their browser because of the ad-blocking software on the browser. So if you want to get pop-ups without having to disable your ad blocker, you can do it with the no-ads-from-the-ad-blocker plug-in. But of course, you don’t get the full benefit of blocking pop-ups on the browser because the ad-blocker still blocks the pop-ups.
You can also use no-ads-from-the-ad-blocker plug-in on a separate tab that is not on your browser.
In fact, the no-ads-from-the-ad-blocker plug-in is the only web tool that has been designed to do this. So if you have a page that is in Flash and you want to add a second tab that is not on your browser, you can use the no-ads-from-the-ad-blocker plug-in to filter out the pop-ups from that tab.
It’s a very simple plug-in in Chrome. Just add a second tab that is not on your browser and get rid of the flash objects. The no-ads-from-the-ad-blocker plug-in is not exclusive to the Safari browser on Mac or Windows, but is still useful for Firefox. It blocks pop-ups on Flash-based pages and Flash-based ad-blocker plug-ins.
That Flash-based ad-blocker plug-in is a good idea. While I’d like to see more filtering plug-ins that block “ad-blocker ads,” the no-ads-from-the-ad-blocker plug-in is a very convenient one that does a great job of blocking pop-up ads (with no ads from the ad-blocker) from Flash-based sites.
If no-ads-from-the-ad-blocker plug-in blocks pop-ups, why does Safari block the Flash plug-in? It is possible that the plug-in is using cookies but I doubt that since it doesn’t appear to be a Flash-based one.
I’d like to know more about the Flash plug-in because I’m interested to see if it is using cookies. If anyone has a good source, I’d love to see it.