Once considered a luxury that came in the form of an add-on or extension, pop-up blocking functionality is now integrated by default in almost every Web browser. Although a significant ratio of pop-up windows can be deemed annoying and useless, there are some that do serve a viable purpose. In these cases, automatically stifling their appearance is probably not the desired effect of the end user.
Firefox 29 provides a way to define exceptions to the rule, allowing pop-ups to display on specific sites. The browser also offers the ability to disable its pop-up blocker altogether. Our latest step-by-step tutorial shows you how to manage this feature in just a few easy steps.
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