Sometimes, you may need to block a website. For example, parents can restrict children’s access to certain sites. It is a pretty simple thing to do, and we are going to show you how. Everything is explained in the simple guide below: how to block the website in Google Chrome.
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How To Block The Website In Google Chrome
To block the site in Google Chrome, you will need to install the extension called SiteBlock. To download and install the extension SiteBlock in the browser, you need to follow these steps:
On your computer, launch Google Chrome, then go to Chrome menu in the top right corner and click on “Settings”. Then you will open a page with the settings in which you need to find “More tools” < Extensions and scroll to the bottom of the page where you will see the option “Get more extensions”.
Click on it and you will open Google Chrome web store, enter the name of the extension in the search box, in this case “SiteBlock” and click Enter. Select SiteBlock extension and press “Add to Chrome” < “Add extension” and wait until the installation is complete.
To block the site in Google Chrome you have to press the button with the picture settings, and then the pop-Google browser menu, select “Settings”.
Then, go to Settings<More tools<Extensions, find SiteBlock on the list and click on “Options”.
The new window will open, in which you be able to block access to certain sites. Enter the address of a site you want to block in the box under “Sites to block” and leave two small boxes below blank. Click “Save Options”.
When you click on the button «Save Options» the website will be blocked.
Then, open Google Chrome browser and enter the address of the website you have blocked. When you enter the blocked site address you will see “Blocked by SiteBlock extension”.
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