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Adjusting website content settings in Chrome

You probably already know that you can adjust Chrome's settings to choose how Chrome handles things like cookies, images, plugins, notifications, and more on a global basis.

Did you also know that you can adjust these (or even just view how Chrome is set up to handle these settings) on a website-by-website basis?

Packers arrowWhen you're at a website, simply click on the icon to the left of the URL in the address bar. You'll see all all sorts of information about what Chrome's global settings allow the page to do, as well as details about how many cookies the site is deploying.  It's also an easy way to allow specific pages to show/not show pop-ups or notifications.



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