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Most websites' icons' for Twitter/Facebook/LinkedIn are replaced by NonIcons, as shown

In addition to Twitter/Facebook/Linked in, websites often have other click-through (?) links which are replaced with these NonIcons, which I cannot use, as their title/na… (read more)

In addition to Twitter/Facebook/Linked in, websites often have other click-through (?) links which are replaced with these NonIcons, which I cannot use, as their title/name/use is replaced also.

I have attached an image I created from 3 websites' NonIcons.

I do hope this has an easy fix.

Carla

Asked by CSmithBkkpr 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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Ublock global filtering of 3rd party domains, when accessing someother domain, but partial whitelist of 3rd party domain when accessed directly- Is it possible?

Suppose i want to access 123newss.com, which uses technology from t.com I create a ublock "global-filter" of the domain t.com, that blocks loading of t.com at 123newss.c… (read more)

Suppose i want to access 123newss.com, which uses technology from t.com I create a ublock "global-filter" of the domain t.com, that blocks loading of t.com at 123newss.com and everywhere else. For some reason i'm a frequent user of t.com, and whenever i try to visit t.com i have to temporary unblock the blocking of t.com. This creates a lot of friction since i'm a frequent user of this url. If i create a ublock/whitelist of domain t.com then ublock allows every tracker to load at t.com, eg. t.com visit triggers loading of 21trackers.com.

The idea is - Block tracking urls globally, but allow auto whitelisting of urls when visited directly. Analogy: prevent embedded yt videos from loading in arbitrary website, but allow when you have visited 125yt.com, without also allowing every other 21trackers.com domains at 125yt.com from loading. Sounds like containerization or "cross-site" url loading block. Is it possible or am i missing something?

Asked by frantzelasg 1 year ago

Last reply by cor-el 1 year ago