How to Disable Ad Blocker

Google Chrome / Firefox

To disable AdBlock Plus

Click on the AdBlock Plus icon next to the browser’s address bar

Click on Enabled on this site

Once disabled, the menu option should read Disabled on this site

Close this page to return to the video and click Continue watching

To disable AdBlock

Click on the AdBlock icon next to the browser’s address bar

Click on Don’t run on pages on this domain

A settings dialog box will come up to confirm turning off ad blocking for www.example.com

Click Exclude

Close this page to return to the video and click Continue watching

Safari

  • Click on Safari located in the menu bar of your browser and select Preferences
  • Select the Websites section in the Preference window, which brings up a list of General
    options on the left.
  • Select Content Blockers. A list of websites will come up with options to turn “on” or “off” content blockers. Select “Off” for www.example.com
  • Close the Preference window
  • Close this page to return to the video and click Continue watching

Safari on iPhone / iPad

  • Open iPhone / iPad Settings
  • Select Safari from the list of settings
  • Under the General section, select Content Blockers
  • Toggle off the ad blocker
  • Return to the video loaded in Safari, click Continue watching
  • If ad blocker is still detected, restart Safari and try again

Internet Explorer

  • Click the gear icon to open Settings.
  • Select the Manage Add-ons option on the drop-down list.
  • Click the Toolbars and Extensions link in the left navigation pane.
  • Right-click the AdBlock add-on name in the list, then click the Disable button.
  • Click the Disable button in the confirmation window to disable the Adblock add-on.
  • Close this page to return to the video and click Continue watching
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