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Disable Web Browser Pop-up Blockers

To function properly, KSIS requires your web browser be configured to allow pop-ups.  Instructions to disable pop-up blockers for the most popular web browsers are provided below. Regardless of the web browser you are using, always keep your web browser current.  (See KSIS supported web browsers.)

Desktop/Laptop Browsers

Chrome


Google Chrome prevents pop-ups from automatically appearing and cluttering your screen. Whenever the browser blocks pop-ups for a site, the Chrome pop-up blocker icon icon appears in the address bar. Click the icon to see the pop-ups that have been blocked or to manage pop-up settings for the site.

To See pop-ups for a specific site

  1. If pop-ups have been blocked, you'll see the Chrome pop-up blocker icon icon in the address bar. Click the icon to see a list of the blocked pop-ups.
     
  2. Click the link for the pop-up window that you'd like to see.
     
  3. To always see pop-ups for the site, select Always show pop-ups from [site]. The site will be added to the exceptions list, which you can manage in the Content Settings dialog.

To Allow pop-ups

  1. Click the settings icon Chrome Settings Icon on the browser toolbar.
     
  2. Select Settings.
     
  3. Click Show advanced settings... at the bottom of the page.
     
  4. In the Privacy section, click the Content settings button.
     
  5. In the Pop-ups section, select Allow all sites to show pop-ups.

    • Select Done to exit.

FireFox

To access the pop-up blocker settings:
  1. Click the settings icon Chrome Settings Icon on the top right left bar and then click Options.  

    Firefox select preferences

  2. Select the Content tab, ten deselect the Pop-ups check box, disabling the pop-up blocker.. 

    Firefox select content

  3. Close the Options tab to return to the web browser.

Internet Explorer

To access the pop-up blocker settings:

    1. Select the Internet Explorer gear icon Internet Explorer settings gear icon in the upper right corner of the screen.

    2. Select Internet Options.
      Internet Explorer Options

    3. Select the Privacy tab, then deselect the Pop-up Blocker.

      Internet Explorer Privacy tab

    4. Select Apply and then OK to exit the Internet Explorer options.

Microsoft Edge

To access the pop-up blocker settings:
    1. Click the settings icon Microsoft Edge Settings Icon on the top right left bar and then click Settings.  

      Microsoft Edge Settings

    2. Scroll down and select the View advanced settings button. 

      Firefox select content

    3. By default the Block pop-ups button is selected, click the button to disable Block pop-ups.  The screen will look like the image shown below:

      Firefox content window

    4. Click anywhere outside the settings to close this window.

Safari

To access the pop-up blocker settings:

  1. While your browser is open, just click on the Safari menu at the top left of your screen.
     
  2. In the drop-down menu, select Preferences.

    Safari Preferences 

  3. Select the Security tab from the Safari Preferences options, then deselect the Block pop-up windows check box.

    Safari Security tab

  4. When finished, click the red button in the upper left corner to close Safari Preferences.

 

Mobile Device Browsers (Tablets/Smartphones)

Chrome (Android)

NOTE: These are general instructions, actual steps may vary or this function may not be offered depending on the version of Chrome delivered with your device.

To Allow pop-ups

  1. Open Chrome
  2. Click the settings icon Chrome Settings Icon on the browser toolbar.
     
  3. Select Settings.
     
  4. Click Advanced or Site Settings
     
  5. Uncheck Block Pop-ups check box or slide the Block Pop-ups button to the off position.

Safari (iOS)

To access the pop-up blocker settings:

  1. Click Settings.

  2. Tap Safari.

  3. Under the General section, click the toggle next to Block Pop-ups to enable or disable the pop-up blocker. A green toggle indicates an enabled pop-up blocker.