Below, you'll find information about pop-ups for some popular browsers. But, because browser's are updated frequently, it maybe be best to view your browser's help pages for the most up-to-date information on how to enable pop-ups.


Firefox

In Firefox, you can add specific websites to an allowed or exceptions list. Once you add a site to this list, pop-ups from that site are always visible. Mozilla's support pages show you how to manage pop-up blocker settings in Firefox


1. Open Firefox

2. Open the Settings and select Privacy & Security

3. Under Permissions, click "Exceptions" next to "Block pop up windows"

4. Add the website to the exceptions list and Save changes


Chrome

Similar to Firefox, in Chrome you can add specific sites to an allowed list so pop-ups for that site always appear. For more information on how to manage pop-up settings in Chrome, have a look at Google's support documentation.


1. Open Chrome

2. Open the Settings and select Privacy & Security

3. Click Site Settings

4. Under the "Content" section click Pop-ups and redirects

5. Next to Allowed to sent pop-ups, click Add

6. Enter the website URL to the list and Save changes


Safari

Click here for documentation on Safari.

  1. Choose Safari > Preferences, then click Websites.
  2. Scroll down the left hand side bar until you see Pop-up Windows
  3. Next to When visiting other websites, change Block and Notify to Allow.

Microsoft Edge & Internet Explorer

Microsoft's FAQ shows you how to turn Internet Explorer's pop-up blocker on and off. Choose your browser version from the drop-down menu on the upper right.