How To Block Websites On Chrome Explained In Detailed

There is a lot of reason to block a website on google chrome like you run a cafe and you don't want your customer to surf some restriction sites or your kids, not mature enough and you want to keep an eye on them.
Then you have come in right place, I will guide you to how you can block 18+ Adult websites or social media sites using a chrome extension.
We will explain how to block websites on the chrome browser for desktops, Android, and Apple users.

How to Block Website On Chrome Windows 10 (Desktop)

To Block websites using Google Chrome (Desktop Version). First of all, Sign in with your Google Account and then click on your Google Search Bar and follow these steps:-
  • Search "block site extension". Press Enter
  • Click the "Block Site - Website Blocker for Chrome".
  • Click on "Add to Chrome".
  • How to Block Website On Chrome Windows 10 (Desktop)
  • Click on "Add Extension"
  • A popup box would appear, click on "Add extension".
  • On the top-right corner of your screen an orange shield icon, click that icon, then click on the gear icon on the top to access the settings.
  • Now set up by signing with your Google or Facebook account.

    2 Ways to Start blocking sites Manually or Automatically

  • First is typing manually to blocked the websites from the BlockSite settings page, and click on "Block Sites" on the top-left of the menu. How To Block Websites On Chrome Explained In Detailed
  • Secondly is, through clicking the red BlockSite shield, then click on "Block this site" in the popup window. You can also block sites by typing the words that contained the languages in the URLs through the "Block by Words" tab in the BlockSite settings page.
  • How To Block Websites On Chrome Explained In Detailed

    Or if you want to change the Blocked status of any sites, then go to the Shield Sites Tab. Click the red circle with a white line in it to instantly unblock the site in question.

    How to Block Websites on Chrome Mobile(Android)

    If you want to block a website on your Android device, then you can do it very easily. Stay long to get How to Block Website on chrome mobile especially for Android users.
    Before we started, I remind you all about the desktop extension that I introduced to you is also available for android devices you can download it from Google PlayStore.
    So, I will explain to you, how can you used it and block certain websites on your Android Devices.
  • Go to Google PlayStore and search "Block site" or click here.
  • How to Block Websites on Chrome Mobile(Android)
  • Open "Block Site" and allow the app to block your websites.
  • Tap on the green "+" icon to block your sites or any application.
  • Rechecked by tapping on the checkmark on the top right corner to confirm the site has been blocked.
  • How to Block Websites on Chrome iPhone

    To block websites on iOS, there are few apps in the apple store that allow users to block their sites or apps on your iOS devices(iPhone).
    Here is some apps list that allows you to block websites on chrome iPhone.
  • Zero Willpower: This app costs $1.99, and allows you to create a list of all the websites you want to block from Safari on your iPhone. You can block your website for a limited time if you want to, by simply set a timer.
  • Site Blocker: It is likely to be similar to Zero Willpower, Site Blocker helps you to block unwanted or distracting websites on safari on an iOS device, as well as you can set a timer also. This app is free of cost. From now you're all set to block unwanted websites from chrome browser on Desktop or Android or iOS devices.
  • Rooting: It is action users take on their Android Phone to access the master control of their phone. As the result, you can choose which website phone should visit or not.
  • Jailbreaking: It is the action users take on iOS devices. As a result, they can run and download software that Apple would normally not allowed. Now I explain how to use rooting and jailbreaking to block your website on your mobile devices. Again, I'm strongly against it. This is only for educational purpose only.
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