site permissions
Posted by: Merlin
Date: December 28, 2012 01:23AM

This Extension edit permissions.sqlite for site domain only.
You can specify which web sites are allowed or denied to load various types of document elements .

It Control in:

* Cookies .
* Image .
* Popup.
* Document (Block The domain site ).
* Object (Block All object for the domain like flash swf,flv...) .
* Script .
* stylesheet.
* Install .
* ObjectSubRequest .
* Refresh .
* Ping .
* Subdocument .
* XmlHttpRequest ( Sent & receive Data ).
* Xbl (xul).
* Dtd (xul,XML).

Also it support Import/Export , so you can create text with all permissions you want then Import it again .

screenshot: IMAGE1 , IMAGE2

Download Link : File.

Notes :
This Extension set permissions for ONLY THE SITE Domain , not for ALL sites or links or iframe embedded so may some elements not block correctly.


There is also global Pref Keys that block all this element WITH out determined site .
I will create update to the privacy Bar with this keys soon.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year for every one .



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/28/2012 01:24AM by Merlin.

Attachments: ExExceptions.7z (12.2 KB)  
Re: site permissions
Posted by: rodocop
Date: December 28, 2012 01:48PM

cool stuff, Merlin!!

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Re: site permissions
Posted by: deadlock
Date: December 28, 2012 10:21PM

@Merlin
A very nice idea to use permissions.sqlite.

It is a simple and small solution for those who don't
want to install external filters and/or ABP.
I've disabled pictures, scripts and cookies for
kmeleon.sourceforge.net and it does no longer download
the pictures, set cookies or execute scripts.

Pictures with unknown extensions need different switches.

Adding 5000 sites may take a while, but import/export feature
allows the use of predefined settings.

What's up with the kmextensions folder?
I've seen it many times, but don't now who needs it.

Re: site permissions
Posted by: rodocop
Date: December 29, 2012 02:52AM

Quote
deadlock
What's up with the kmextensions folder?
I've seen it many times, but don't now who needs it.

KM Extension Manager when uninstalling complex extensions, not?

_____________________________________
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1.6beta2.6 by JamesD
_____________________________________
Recommending K-Meleon Twin+`||`Discuss it!!!
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Re: site permissions
Posted by: Merlin
Date: December 29, 2012 03:05AM

The ini files in kmextensions folder , store the extensions information that Extensions Manager need it for uninstall Extensions .
So if you use the extensions manager , you should keep this folder .



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 12/29/2012 03:25AM by Merlin.

Re: site permissions
Posted by: deadlock
Date: December 30, 2012 12:31AM

@rodocop
Thanks. I knew about KEM,
but never tried to use it.

I was always asking myself if it's the
only tool using the ini files.

@Merlin
If KEM uses the ini for uninstall,
the permissions.sqlite file in user profile
will continue blocking sites.

But now I understand, why all extensions
should contain kmextensions/*.ini.

ExExceptions.7z -> Extended-Exceptions_KEM.7z

I think this package is good enough to be added
to (F2) kmprefs.jar "Content Filter Options".
It only needs some translation.

Re: site permissions
Posted by: Wasi
Date: July 01, 2013 04:25PM

This is one of the best extension.
I am using it extensively.
Just to ask, will you write little guide? third-party etc
Great work, Thanks a lot

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