Pop-ups can be mostly terrible, but sometimes they’re necessary, and that likely means you have to manually allow them to appear within your browser.
Google Chrome’s default is to block all pop-ups from appearing.
You have the option to either allow all pop-ups through your Chrome browser, or to enable pop-ups for certain sites that you select.
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Pop-ups can be the scourge of the Internet (one of them anyways), ranging from unending requests to allow push notifications for random websites, to dictatorial full-screen ones clamoring for your name and email address, to the nefarious malware-carrying kind.
It’s no wonder that most people set their browser’s settings to block all pop-ups. And for those who use Chrome, that’s even written into the default settings.
But sometimes you actually do want them to appear. The problem is that many of us have forgotten how to enable them. If that’s you, here’s a quick refresher to allow Google Chrome to show pop-ups for either specific sites, or all of the time:
How to allow pop-ups in Google Chrome: Specific sites only
For those special, one-off circumstances when a site’s pop-ups are wanted, here’s what you need to do …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Technology