How to block advertising on a website

Advertising is one of the most annoying things on a website. Some websites bombard us with popups, pop-up windows, promotions and many other types of advertising every time we enter their link in our browser. These advertisements often slow down your browser and can even cause it to crash. In today's article we will explain how to defend ourselves from these annoying advertisements and so forget about them.

Block advertising on websites

To block advertising on the websites we visit, we will use a handy Firefox addon called AdBlock Plus. This handy application will connect to various advertising lists and block ads from our browser when they are detected.

To install it, follow the steps below:

- We access this link and click on the button Add to Firefox.

Button to add to Firefox

- The addon will ask for permission to install and will be incorporated into your browser. When it finishes it will show us a message to restart Firefox.

- When the browser opens again, you will see a new button in the top right-hand corner of your screen. This will allow us to modify the properties of AdBlock Plus where necessary.

AdBlock Plus icon

One thing to bear in mind is that sometimes it is possible to AdBlock block some web functions that it interprets as advertising. If you have a problem with a specific website, just go to the website in question and, by clicking on the AdBlock icon, choose the option of Disable only on this page.

Remember that you can ask any questions you may have through our forum.

4 thoughts on “Cómo bloquear publicidad en una página web”

  1. ana free ads

    I believe that over time, websites with excessive advertising will disappear, many of the large channels that produce traffic will soon take measures in favour of the quality of information received by the user, because if a search engine, social network or branded site makes reference to a site, it must at least have some quality, then the referral power of these large portals will decline.

  2. The point is that the advertisements are frivolous and we don't know when and where they appear. They are obscene and useless, like X-ray scanners.

  3. Man, going around with AdBlock on just for the sake of it doesn't make sense.
    Doesn't anyone who writes a blog have the right to be paid for it?

    The most logical thing to do would be to activate it only for websites that use intrusive and annoying advertising, since advertising is not usually annoying, and it also finances the website you are visiting.

    I insist, using AdBlock indiscriminately kills the internet, I think you should point that out.

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