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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by saxondale., Jul 2, 2007.
What's the best Safari AdBlock? Which's free.
CSS or SafariBlock
I've been using this one, and I find it really satisfactory.
I wish there was one for the iPhone. EDGE speed is OK, but most of the pages I visit would be a lot quicker sans ads.
I wonder if there's a way to make Safari on the iPhone use a UserContent.css?
You can't modify the iPhone software. But you can do what I did. Set up a caching web proxy server some place that has good bandwidth My proxy server replaces ads with a one pixel square transparent GIF file. Not only do those ads not have to be transmitted over the air but many times the ads are on slow servers. Do a google on "banderfilter" and "squid"
Hmmm well with Safari Block, everytime i block a frame, it keeps coming back when i reload a page...
I think you may not be using the wildcards correctly, then....
What usually works best is to wildcard everything after the domain name with a "*", for advertiser domains, that is.
Does any adblocking work for Safari 3 beta? For Windows version Safari?
I tried that but its not working :S
For example, this is one:
Where would i put the '*' on that?
what I would do is make the blocking filter this one:
If you use that filter, it should block all Google syndication ads.