How to whitelist a particular website?

Discussion in 'Technical Support (AdGuard for Windows)' started by oldguy69, Aug 26, 2014.

  1. oldguy69

    oldguy69 New Member

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    I'd like to set Adguard to not filter a particular website. It seems like there should be a feature to do this but I've looked and can't find it.

    Any help will be appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Boo Berry

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    Which site? I'll create a rule for you!
     
  3. oldguy69

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    Thanks for the prompt reply.

    It's https://www.usaa.com , but I don't think you'll be able to see the specific page I want to whitelist without logging on and I'm sure you understand I can't give you my LogOn info.

    I guess if there's a way to not filter https://www.usaa.com/*.* that might work, but is there some way for a user to create their own whitelist of sites they don't want to filter?
     
  4. Boo Berry

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    This would whitelist the entire domain;

    Code:
    @@||usaa.com$document
    I don't need to see the exact page to whitelist it though, it can be easily added to the rule above. This page will explain exception rules: http://adguard.com/en/filterrules.html#exclusionRules

    As for an easy way to whitelist sites, you can if you have the assistant enabled (Adguard icon on the bottom right of pages) by clicking on it, clicking where it says Add Exception, then adjusting if you want to whitelist a specific page (like you're wanting to) by selecting This page only or by whitelisting the entire domain by selecting Entire site.
     
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  5. oldguy69

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    That did the trick Boo Berry.

    Thanks for the help, especially in such a prompt manner. :)
     
  6. Boo Berry

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    No problem! :)
     
  7. streetwolf

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    This is sort of like a white listing question. How would I go about negating a particular rule in another list as if it didn't exist? Sure, I can uncheck the rule but I'd rather leave the standard filters as is.
     
  8. Boo Berry

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    What's the rule and what's the domain you want to whitelist?
     
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  9. streetwolf

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    I'm just looking for general way to do it, if there is one, so I can do it myself. As an example, this rule in the English filter ##.ob_ads_header. How would I use it in my User Filter to effectively get rid of it's action?
     
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    Try it but I couldn't override the standard rule. Can you give me an example using ##.ob_ads_header? Keep in mind I want to negate it for all domains. Maybe this can't be done.
     
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  12. Boo Berry

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    Try something like site.com#@##ob_ads_header
     
  13. streetwolf

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    Let me give you a real example. Go to http://www.cnn.com/2014/08/20/politics/rick-perry-travel/index.html?hpt=hp_bn3. On the right side you will see a heading From Around the Web:. There are picture links under the heading which are blocked by this rule in the English filter ##.ob_container .item-container-obpd. I can uncheck this rule and the picture/links will appear. However, I want to keep the rule checked and basically override it in my User filter for all Domains not just cnn.com. Doable?
     
  14. Boo Berry

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    Try one of these.

    cnn.com#@##ob_container .item-container-obpd

    cnn.com#@#.ob_container .item-container-obpd

    cnn.com#@##.ob_container .item-container-obpd
     
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  15. streetwolf

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    cnn.com#@#.ob_container .item-container-obpd works in this case, but how would I code the rule to override it for all domains, not just a particular one like cnn.com? Is there a symbol/wildcard to do that or is it limited to a particular domain?
     
  16. offguard

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    Try this:

    Code:
    #%#window.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', function(){ $('.ob_container.item-container-obpd').attr("style", "display: block !important"); });
     
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    Not good, jQuery is used not everywhere.

    ---------- Post added at 12:05 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:05 PM ----------

    The only way than is to find this rule in Adguard's interface and uncheck it.
     
  18. gvanosch12

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    Hi Everyone,

    This site was blocked by Adguard"ahold.emsecure.net"but it was a good site, but i don;t know were i can whitelist this site,can you please help to whitelist this site.



    Kindly regards,

    Geert Van Osch

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