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Enabling Pop-ups in Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, and Internet Explorer

To allow pop-ups for specific websites please follow these steps:

In the examples for UAS Courses below, you'll want to add "" and "".

Google Chrome

Google Chrome prevents pop-ups from automatically appearing and cluttering your screen. Whenever the browser blocks pop-ups for a site, an icon appears on the top-right in the address bar. Click the icon, check 'Always allow pop-ups from <website address>'. To see blocked pop-ups for a site, follow the steps listed below.

  1. Type the following in to the address bar in Chrome: chrome://settings/content/popups
  2. In the Allow section, click the Add button
  3. Enter the website address, then click Add


  1. Access the page that generates the pop-up and click the link
  2. Firefox creates a prompt at the top of the page: "Firefox prevented this site from opening a pop-up window"
  3. Click the Option button on the right
  4. Select "Allow pop-ups for"


Safari only allows you to have the pop-up blocker turned on or off.

  1. Open up your Safari Web browser,
  2. While on, go to the Safari menu and choose Preferences,
  3. Then Websites and open Pop-up Windows,
  4. Under 'Currently Open Websites' open the drop-down menu next to and select 'Allow'
  5. Click on the red circle located in the upper left-hand corner to close the window.

Internet Explorer

  1. Open Internet Explorer and click Internet Options on the Tools menu,
  2. Click the Privacy tab, if the Pop-Up blocker is turned on,
  3. Click settings and enter the website address you'd like allow pop-ups on.
  4. Click close and then OK.

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