How To Disable Desktop Notification From Specific Sites
- On your computer, open Chrome.
- At the top right, click More Settings.
- At the bottom, click Advanced.
- Under “Privacy and security,” click Content settings.
- Click Notifications.
- Choose to block or allow notifications:
- Block all: Turn off Ask before sending.
- Block a site: Next to “Block,” click Add. Enter the site and click Add.
- Allow a site: Next to “Allow,” click Add. Enter the site and click Add.
Launch Safari and go to Safari > Preferences (or press Command-Comma). Click on the Notifications tab. From there you can manually disable/enable notifications from select sites, remove all notifications, or access your system-wide Notification Preferences.
- Click the menu button and choose Preferences.
- Select the Privacy & Securitypanel and go down to the Permissionssection.
- Click the Settings…button next to Notifications.
- Select the website.
- Click Remove Website.
Open the browser, click on the gear icon () for settings, and select the Privacy tab. Under Pop-Up Blocker, check the box that says Turn on Pop-Up Blocker.
By default, Microsoft will show a Notification bar when a pop-up is blocked. To shut this off, click “Settings” next to Turn on Pop-Up Blocker and uncheck the Show Notification bar when a pop-up is blocked option. There, you can also specify what level of blocking you want: High (block all pop-ups); Medium (block most automatic pop-ups); or Low (allow pop-ups for secure sites).
- Go to Opera > Preferences (Mac)/ Settings (Windows)
- Go to the Websites tab and scroll to the Notifications section
- Click on the Manage Exceptions….. button to see the sites whose notification permissions you’ve already Allowed or Denied
- When you see Kona in that list, click the “X” next to Allow to remove it from the list.
- Click “Done.”