Ad Blockers

Turning Off / Disabling Ad Blockers

The use of ad blockers is highly discouraged. In order for the site to function fully and properly and to ensure that you get the absolute most out of your viewing experience, ad blockers should be turned off.

Often times, ad-blockers will automatically install themselves in the browser toolbar or on the Windows Taskbar on the bottom-right corner of your screen. Here’s where you’ll find them on various browsers.


Firefox - Click on Tools at the top of the page. > Select Add-ons.
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Internet ExplorerClick on Tools at the top of the page. > Select Manage Add-ons.
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Safari (Windows) – Click on Help at the top of the page. > Select Installed Plugins.
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Safari (Mac) - Move your mouse pointer all the way to the top of the page to bring up the top menu. > Click on Safari. > Select  Preferences. > Click on the Security tab. > Uncheck the box next to Block pop-up windows (Under Web content).

 

Google ChromeClick on the Chrome Settings icon (square with three lines in it) in the top right corner and scroll over Tools. > In the drop-down menu that pops up, click on Extensions.

  • Disable all ad-blockers interfering with Rabbit TV.
     
  • Some of the more common ad blockers are AdBlock (and AdBlock Plus), NoScript, Flashblock, Pop-Up Stopper and PopUpCop.

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How to Allow Ads On AdBlock and AdBlock Plus

Google Chrome

AdBlock Plus - Click on the ABP icon on the right side of your URL search bar and uncheck the Ad-block box.

AdBlock - You can pause AdBlock to allow ads to play in a video player. Just click on the ABP icon and select Pause AdBlock.


Firefox - Click on the Ad Block icon and select Disable Everywhere.


Disabling Ad Blockers in Security Settings


You may also need to disable ad/pop-up blockers in your computer’s security/firewall system. To do so, simply open your security software (Norton Antivirus, Malware, MacAfee, CNET) on your start menu or System Toolbar and look for anything mentioning ad blocking, or pop-up blocking/managing. Either disable or turn off any ad or pop-up blockers.

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