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Follow the steps below, to whitelist a website on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, in Safari.
You can whitelist websites in the uBlock Origin extension, by following the steps below:
The uBlock Origin icon will turn gray, and the power button will no longer be blue.
To whitelist websites in AdGuard, follow the steps below:
The icon will turn gray, like in the screenshot:
Follow the steps below to whitelist websites if you use the Privacy Badger Ad blocker:
Once disabled, the icon will turn gray:
To whitelist websites in AdBlock, follow the steps below:
An indication that the website is whitelisted in AdBlock is that the AdBlock icon in the toolbar will turn green.
If you use the Disconnect Ad blocker, to whitelist websites, follow the steps below:
Once the website is whitelisted, the counter of the Disconnect icon will turn gray.
To whitelist the website in AdBlock Plus, follow the steps below:
If you were successful, the AdBlock Plus icon will turn gray, which means that ads on the website won't be disabled.
In Ghostery, you can block icons by following the steps below:
Note: If you use an older version of Ghostery (v6.0 or older), you need to click on Whitelist site.
Mozilla Firefox has its own tracking protection utility. To whitelist a website in it, follow the steps below:
When disabled, the icon will turn gray, like in the screenshot below:
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