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Thread: HOW DO I BLOCK PART OF A WEBSITE

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    stevengw Guest

    Default HOW DO I BLOCK PART OF A WEBSITE

    Can anyone tell me how I can block only a portion of a website?
    I'd like to block G-Mail by still want to use the Goggle search site.

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    Default Re: HOW DO I BLOCK PART OF A WEBSITE

    In that case I don't believe you can. They both use the same servers, cookies. Normally if a site has content from another domain or server, you just block the one you don't want either in the privacy section, or via a block zone in the firewall section.If you don't mind, why are you trying to block gmail?
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    stevengw Guest

    Default Re: HOW DO I BLOCK PART OF A WEBSITE

    I'm trying to prevent my kid from using any other email service other than our own. I'm trying to ensure that I can still oversee her internet/email usage. I want her to learn to use these tools but she still needs alot more "seasoning" so that she can better spot potential problems like inappropriate contact, phishing, privacy issues, etc. Any suggestions? Thanks.

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    Default Re: HOW DO I BLOCK PART OF A WEBSITE

    Turn on the e-mail filter in the parental controls. Google will still work, but gmail will not. Also put a password in ZA, and make sure you log out. Also make sure that the filter is turned on for all the browsers you have installed.
    My homes are SpywareHammer.com and DonHoover.net and BleepingComputer.com


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    Tilting at windmills hurts you more than the windmills.
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    Senior of the Howard Families

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