(Un)block domain from browser
It would be good to have a plugin for Firefox/Chrome where one could allow/block a domain with a single click.
Something like this?
This plugin is close to what I'm looking for, but I don't see a feature where I can unblock a domain. From what I see, this plugin works more like a domain tagging so we can categorize domain names. Wwhat I am looking for is an option to unblock or block a domain. For instance, say that I chose to block all search engines. I decided to go to google.com and, as expected, it's blocked. It would be good to have a plugin where I could just click and unblock google.com.
Right now, I have to go to the OpenDNS Dashboard, choose Settings, click on the Network I want to change, and add the domain at the bottom of the page.
It looks like you are looking for a bypass feature for a single browser on a single device. This feature exists with the Enterprise version of OpenDNS. Something similar exists for Netgear routers with LPC enabled, for home use.
If you think about a one-click update of blockeed / unblocked domains at your dashboard, this will not have effect on the currently used browser only, but on all devices in your network controlled by OpenDNS.
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