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    ccq1994

    Dashboard--Settings--<network>"Manage Individual Domains"

    Type in the domain and make sure the drop-down list has selected "Always Block" then click Add Domain.

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    erniead

    Is it possible to block a site "on the fly".  Most of us will not take the time to go to the OpenDNS site and type or paste in a URL.

    If you don't have this ability, please add it.

    Thanks!

    Ernie Adsett

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    mattwilson9090

    What do you mean by "blocking on the fly"? If someone won't visit the management page to control their settings how else would they make changes to their configuration?

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    erniead

    Here's a scenario describing what I mean by "on the fly":

    -   you are browsing through various web sights.

    -   you encounter a page/site that you want blocked.

    -   press a "Block" command button/ menu item/ whatever  that requires only one or at the most two clicks.

     

    That's what I am looking for.

     

    Thanks!

    Ernie

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    rotblitz

    No, this is not available.

    There is an FF bookmarklet for domain tagging: https://support.opendns.com/entries/22360195
    and there is/was a FF plugin for similar purposes: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/opendns-domain-tagging-assista/
    but nothing which would add a domain name to your "always block" list.

    You had to enter this in the idea bank https://support.opendns.com/forums/21211727-Idea-Bank as a feature request.

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    erniead

    Thanks rotbiltz!

    I will do that.

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