Pop-up windows can be a nuisance when you’re browsing the internet, but sometimes, they’re necessary. If you’re a Mac user, you might have noticed that pop-ups are blocked by default in Safari and Chrome. If you’re wondering how to disable pop-up blockers on Mac, this guide is for you.
First, let’s take a look at how to disable pop-up blockers in Safari. Open Safari and click on “Safari” on the top left corner. Then, click on “Preferences” and go to the “Websites” tab. Scroll down and click on “Pop-up Windows.” Here, you’ll see a list of websites that are currently open, and their pop-up settings. If you want to allow pop-ups on a specific website, click on it and select “Allow.” You can also allow pop-ups on all websites by selecting “When visiting other websites.” If you want to disable pop-ups on a specific website, select “Block” instead of “Block and Notify.”
Next, let’s take a look at how to disable pop-up blockers in Chrome. Open Chrome and click on the three dots on the top right corner. Then, click on “Settings” and go to “Security and Privacy.” Click on “Site Settings” and scroll down to “Pop-ups and redirects.” Here, you can turn off pop-up blockers by clicking on “Allowed.” If you want to allow pop-ups on a specific website, select “Add” and type in the website’s URL. You can also block pop-ups on specific websites by selecting “Add” and typing in the website’s URL, then selecting “Block.”
By following these simple steps, you can easily disable pop-up blockers on your Mac in both Safari and Chrome. It’s important to remember that while pop-ups can be annoying, they can also be necessary for certain websites and functions. By selectively allowing pop-ups on certain websites, you can strike a balance between usability and convenience.