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Browser Help: Enabling Your Pop-Up Blocker

May 30, 2012  |  by Anne

Whether it’s a Netflix ad or a pop-up to join a webinar, pop-ups remain a fact of internet life.  Some good, some bad. Most browsers automatically prevent pop-up screens (like ads) from appearing, but some applications may use pop-up screens to display important information.

The new Keystone Homepage will require you to enable your pop-up blocker.  Soon, you’ll enjoy one-click access to the tools you use most.

We recently created a new Knowledge Base article and copied the enabling steps below.  Simply find your browser and complete the steps.

Internet Explorer 9
1. Click on Tools.
2. Click on Internet Options.
3. Click on Security.
4. Click on Trusted Sites.
5. Click on Sites.
6. Enter *.mris.com under Add this website to the zone.
7. Uncheck Require server verification (httpsï?Š for all sites in this zone.
8. Click on Add.

Internet Explorer 
1. Click on Tools.
2. Click on Internet Options.
3. Click on Privacy.
4. Click on Settings under Pop-up Blocker.
5. Enter *mris.com under Address of website to allow.
6. Click on Add.

Firefox
1. Click on Tools.
2. Click on Options.
3. Click on Content.
4. Click on Exceptions across from Block pop-up windows.
5. Enter *.mris.com in Address of web site.
6. Click on Allow.

Chrome
1. Click the wrench icon at the top right corner on the browser toolbar
2. Click Settings
3. Click the Under the Hood tab.
4. Click Content settings in the “Privacy” section.
5. In the “Pop-ups” section, click Manage exceptions.
6. Enter Keystone.mris.com in Add a new hostname pattern.
7. Hit the Enter/Return key on the keyboard with Allow showing.
8. Click on Ok.

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4 responses to “Browser Help: Enabling Your Pop-Up Blocker”

  1. Bill Hyland says:

    Your message is confusing. You are asking members to disable, not enable, their pop-up blocker to allow *mris.com pop-ups. We won't be enjoying "pop-up free!" access; we'll be enjoying MRIS pop-ups.

  2. Guest says:

    Will this work with Safari?

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