How to Whitelist / Issues With Ad Blocker

Thank you for deciding to whitelist us. Here’s how to do it:

Note: If you are running multiple extensions that perform ad or script blocking you will need to individually update each one.

Adblock Plus

  • Click the Adblock Plus icon.
  • Click “Enabled on this site” to disable ad blocking for the current site.
  • In Firefox Click “disable” to disable ad blocking.
  • Reload the page you were viewing.

Firefox Tracking Protection

  • In Firefox “Tracking Protection” may activate our AdBlock notice. It can be temporarily disabled for a browsing session by clicking the “shield” icon in the url bar if visible and following the instructions. For further details on Tracking Protection please review Mozilla’s support.


  • Click the Ad Block icon.
  • Click “Don’t run on pages on this domain”.
  • Reload the page you were viewing.


  • Click the Ghostery icon.
  • In Ghostery versions < 6.0 Click “Whitelist site”.
  • In Ghostery version 7.0 click “trust site”
  • In Versions < 6.0 You will see the message “Site is whitelisted”. Click “reload the page to see your changes.”
  • Reload the page you were viewing.

uBlock / uBlock Origin

  • Click the uBlock / uBlock Origin icon.
  • Click the “power” button in the menu that appears to whitelist the current web site.
  • Click the reload icon to reload the page you were viewing.


  • Click the Disconnect icon.
  • Click “Whitelist site”.

Kaspersky Ant-Banner

Please review How to configure Anti-Banner in Kaspersky Total Security for information on how to whitelist with Kaspersky Total Security.


Because of NoScript’s flexibility, it can be 
a lot of work to get the correct results. We recommend using a different tool. If you must, use the ABE and closely follow their FAQ and documentation.

Corporate, Governmental and Institutional Network content filtering, hosts files and JavaScript blocking

Blocking sites via a firewall, router, hosts file or other software, depending on the configuration, may cause the adblocking notice to appear because they are blocking the files and scripts required to display ads.

Note that if you are using a combination of extensions, you may need to reload several times to achieve whitelisting.

Browser based blocking can be verified by opening the console in your browser and observing the “Failed to load resource: net::ERR_BLOCKED_BY_CLIENT” Error message.

Network blocking/filtering can be verified by opening the console in your browser and observing the “net::ERR_CONNECTION_RESET” or “ net::ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED” – This indicates your network is failing to reach the resource (typically a networking issue on the computer, router or ISP)

How to open the Javascript Console in different browsers.

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