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An adblock extension for Google Chrome.

  • 1.1.9.17
  • GPL
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More about this extension

An adblock extension for Google Chrome. Similar to “Remove It Permanently” and “Adblock Plus: Element Hiding Helper” from FireFox.

For now, AdBlock Plus subscriptions are supported, but only for elements hiding rules, because Chrome does not yet have “content policy”.

A detailed description: http://www.chromeplugins.org/google/chrome-plugins/adblock-beginners-8477.html

Change Log:

preferences -> block external objects

Older Versions

  1. Version 1.1.8
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds

    An adblock extension for Google Chrome.

    Change Log:

    None

  2. Version 1.1.9
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds

    An adblock extension for Google Chrome.

    Change Log:

    Added conversion a "blocking rules" to css (Chrome supported only it). Please, update your subscriptions.

  3. Version 1.1.9.9
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds

    An adblock extension for Google Chrome.

    Change Log:

    * Used a browser action instead of toolstrips.
    + Whitelist.
    * Download subscriptions are allowed for all http sites.

  4. Version 1.1.9.12
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds

    An adblock extension for Google Chrome.

    Change Log:

    Fixed icons and https subscription

  5. Version 1.1.9.14
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds
    Developer Builds (Linux).Beta Builds

    An adblock extension for Google Chrome.

    Change Log:

    Fixed iframes and added real blocking google ads.

  6. Version 1.1.9.17
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds (Linux).Beta Builds
    Developer Builds

    An adblock extension for Google Chrome.

    Change Log:

    preferences -> block external objects

Reviews

  1. balaji says:

    Thanks and this is my first extension installed to chrome. Now im enjoying chrome more than I do with firefox

  2. xD says:

    Thank you very much for this! I am using this with Chromium and it is just OK!
    I have been looking for such a plugin forever. The only strange thing I have – the adblocker button in panel has no icon, looks like an empty button – not neat. But it is about nothing, the real deal is that it actually works (Using traditional morpeh list currently).

    With this on par with flashblock extension Chromium becomes my only choice.

  3. Ivan says:

    Great extension but why i can see any icon?

  4. Hanny Jucá says:

    Where do I find the config file for the custom ads I’ve blocked? I mean, when I hit alt+b and select some part of the page, so It’ll be blocked, how can I find those configs to port ir somewhere else, like my netbook for example.

  5. azian.otaku says:

    Worked great. For people who don’t know how to use this:
    1. Click the empty area left of the page button (it reveals a secret button! jk)
    2. click Preferences
    3. Select “EasyList (USA):” (or wherever you live near)
    4. check “convert and use blocking rules” (IMPORTANT!!)
    5. In the ‘Global filters’ groupbox, click Save
    6. Scroll down and click “Close”
    7. BAM!! Ad’s are disabled based upon EasyList (USA)!!
    good luck!!

  6. harumscarum says:

    how to get rid of AdBlock button on toolbar (hotkeys are enough for me)

  7. William says:

    You have to update to see the icon

  8. EverLearner says:

    Works in Mac Chrome 4.0.249.12 (OS X 10.6.2). Many thanks! 🙂

  9. PatBenson says:

    Cheers for this extension mate! Any browser without adblock is no browser

  10. phishie says:

    @William Nevermind, it appeared on its own eventually.

  11. avatara9 says:

    AWESOME!
    I love google ))

  12. avatara9 says:

    works in linux )))
    ubuntu 9.10 64bit

  13. shollomon says:

    Running 4.0.249.11 on windows 7. Extension appears to install, am able to select easy list subscription. Nothing gets blocked.

  14. Michael says:

    The extension causes a problem on http://www.heise.de because some ad that is meant to be displayed on the right of the page is now displayed on top of the content. I had filed this as a chrome bug here:

    http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=29176

    Please see if you can fix it…

  15. eerpel says:

    Does not work for Chromium on Ubuntu, Version is 4.0.261.0 (Ubuntu build 33442)

  16. blametheadmin says:

    is anyone having issues updating the USA easylist.txt? or any other list?

  17. byheaven says:

    I just cannot use the hotkeys like “Alt+B”, a click on the icon is working.
    Version:1.1.9.10(auto updated)
    Chrome: 4.0.249.11

  18. Hanny Jucá says:

    Come on, no one have my answer?

  19. Ramsey says:

    I ran into a strange issue with this. There’s certain ads with audio, particularly on deviantART, that are visibly blocked but apparently still active. This hides the ads but the flash element is still there and I can hear it. :/

  20. Rich says:

    i love this and it works but it makes takes forever for pages to start loading… 10 seconds extra wait for any/every page to load isn’t worth it.

  21. antsu says:

    In my comment above, the key I was talking about was ENTER, but I wrote ENTER between those characters that are used to create HTML tags (I dont know the name : ) ), and they disapeared. So, while reading that, on the 1st, 9th and 11th line, read ENTER where it’s necessary.
    Sorry for the inconvenience.

  22. Ankit says:

    Hi it appears to stop working with the latest version of chrome: 4.0.249.25

  23. Greg says:

    Not blocking ads for me. I installed it and it see the button for it at the top of Chrome (4.0.249.25 for Windows — running Windows 7). I subscribed to the USA list and just to make sure everything was good I closed Chrome and re-opened it. Nothing is being blocked. Am I missing something?

  24. Jet.Z says:

    Works in Fedora 12,chromium 4.0.253.0.And there is no icon on it.
    Why?

  25. Johnathan Evans says:

    Please make it so the icon can disappear. I don’t need a faceless icon crowding that invaluable space. 🙂

  26. KinG_ says:

    man, since i use FF i cant use the internet without tis addon *-*…
    i didnt use chrome only because tis addon, but nowwwwww i love it xD
    tnx man really really perfect work *-*

  27. darkshado says:

    On the last chromium review 4.0.265.0 (Ubuntu build 33925) , the update extensions does’ant work 🙁

  28. Cris says:

    Hi, using Chromium 4.0.260.0 (33405) and while the button icon doesn’t show up I can access the menu. I’ve added the rules, but they don’t remove anything. Alt + B and Alt + W don’t work either.

  29. darko says:

    dude the icon of AdBlock+ is invisibile why? look: http://i45.tinypic.com/14cd17p.jpg Can you fix that?

  30. Anon says:

    It would be nice if you could edit the options through the “options” panel under extensions.
    Also, is there a way to turn off the button? It seems a little unnecessary.

  31. Anarchy_Creator says:

    azian.otaku says:
    November 29, 2009 at 4:46 pm
    Worked great. For people who don’t know how to use this:
    1. Click the empty area left of the page button (it reveals a secret button! jk)
    2. click Preferences
    3. Select “EasyList (USA):” (or wherever you live near)
    4. check “convert and use blocking rules” (IMPORTANT!!)
    5. In the ‘Global filters’ groupbox, click Save
    6. Scroll down and click “Close”
    7. BAM!! Ad’s are disabled based upon EasyList (USA)!!
    good luck!!

    Thanks a lot man.
    If not for this post I would have uninstalled this extension since the options button in the extension panel is grayed out.

  32. Steve says:

    YOU NEED TO FIX THIS EXTENSIONS IT DON’T WORK. WHEN YOU CLEAR YOUR BROWSER HISTORY IT IT CLEARS THE SETTINGS AND YOU SUBSCRIPTION TO. YOU HAVE TO SET IT UP AGAIN. THEN IT STILL DON’T WORK.

  33. lawcheehung says:

    Google patched this for the newest google chrome developer build, not working anymore

  34. Santos says:

    In the newer version of chrome the only way I was able to find a way to get this working was to press ALT+B and then clicking on the things I wanted to hide on a given site. This doesn’t work too well for page like Youtube who have dozens of ads placed in useful places, but it’s better than nothing.

  35. Person says:

    Lol These retards don’t even know how to make extensions properly. Chrome will never be as good as Firefox, just deal with it.

  36. Carson says:

    when ever I block something it also follows the link how do I stop this.

  37. Jay says:

    This is hot. HOT.

  38. Maxim says:

    Just another trash extension now. *sigh*

  39. Ressah says:

    Just for those experiencing issues:
    Open the preferences
    Select the blank text box radio button
    Paste the following URL: http://adblockplus.mozdev.org/easylist/easylist.txt
    Make sure “convert and use blocking rules” is ticked and hit “Subscribe”

    This SHOULD populate global filters and if you close down chrome and reopen it then most ads should be gone 🙂

    Other than the annoying subscription problems it works fine once it’s configured.

  40. Steve says:

    This is pretty damn broken.
    Adding blocking rules doesn’t really work. It will just block certain elements but there is no easy way to add new regexes, as in the REAL adblock plus.

    For me, entering something like http://adprovider.com/* causes the entire page to disappear.

    Stick with Firefox until this is usable.

  41. IPFgao says:

    Cannot work on Linux?

  42. Bill says:

    it is nice,but where is the icon?

  43. Works great for me, using Chromium on Linux, current version is AdBlock+ – 1.1.9.10
    I just wanted to ask if this extension is on the official Google Extensions site (https://chrome.google.com/extensions/).

  44. adtrace says:

    Doesn’t work at all? Get the error message:

    Invalid value for ‘permissions[0]’.

    Which makes no sense, since this is my person computer and I’m the sole user/administrator on it.

  45. Marco Buongiorno says:

    @JesusSuperstar

    No

  46. vinni says:

    subscription doesn’t work
    repaging doesn’t work
    adblocking hardly works

  47. Dima says:

    @Lex1 then put it to https://chrome.google.com/extensions/ 🙂 😉 this one is much better than other ad blockers for Google Chrome!

  48. Certainly much better than any other ad block extension I’ve seen for Chrome.
    I’ve been using it since I first installed chromium. Add it please 🙂

  49. onlyme says:

    nice job!

  50. Maiya says:

    @Ressah

    Thanks worked just like you said. Although i dislike how there is an empty space where some ads were before but better than nothing.

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