Opera Adblock--How to Block Advertisement in Opera Web browser

Update related to Opera Adblock:-Now True ad blocking feature is available in Opera Web Browser you can get opera adblock Add-on at https://addons.opera.com/en/addons/extensions/details/opera-adblock/0.52/ .or you can check out more adblock addons at http://www.opera.com/addons/ .

Tutorial -How to manually Block advertisement in Opera Web browser
Works a treat and doesn't slow up your browsing. Opera has built in popup blocker and an adblocking feature as well.Using the adblocking feature is as simple as downloading a text file and putting in the right folder.Opera's ad blocking works by referring to a file called url-filter.ini.There are many users who keep regularly maintained list of ad hosts and domains.

First method for Blocking ad in Opera Web Browser..
One of the most famous one and most used ones is Fanboy's Adblock list(www.fanboy.co.nz/adblock/) Click on the install now link or visit www.fanboy.co.nz/adblock/opera/urlfilter.ini.Save the file as it is
to a folder and then move it to C:\document and settings\Your_User_ID\Application Data\Opera_folder\profile.Linux users must copy to the .opera folder.When done,resart the browser and ad blocking will be enabled.Visit the site from time to time to update your adblock
list.

Second method for Blocking ad in Opera Web Browser.

1. Locate your Opera CSS directory; Go to Opera menu, Help, About.
IE: User CSS directory, /home/orakk/.opera/styles/user/

2. Close Opera. In the css directory create a blank file called
"adblock.css" or anything else you'd like to name it .

3. Now go to Ad Blocking FiltersetP at userstyles.org, click
the button "Show Code" and copy everything into "adblock.css"
Save and close the file.

4. Open Opera and then select "View-->Styles-->adblock.css"
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6 comments:

JABacchetta said...

I actually just gave AdBlockPlus (for Firefox) a try today for the first time. It worked pretty well. I ended up uninstalling it though. I actually enjoy looking at ads now, to see the different methods that companies use to market their site and/or product. Without all the ads, I felt like I was missing out. Strange...I know, lol.

ROHIT said...

you say right JABacchetta but in
india here many people use dialup
and most dialup user know price of every byte and ad make page heavy so it take more time to load..

And about ad you right i have a
blog and i understand what you say..

Pembrokeshire Directory said...

I'm with JABacchetta, I use firefox AdBlockPlus works great.

Sheila Sultani said...

thanks - I was looking for something like this.

trendymoose said...

I just cat figure out how to install this ad-block file for Opera. I'me such a newbie on computers. I love Opera so much. Can somebody post a more detailed way on how to install this ad-block java file for Opera.

Thanks,
Dave.

Kristaps said...

I'm using XP. And I don't have a folder called 'Application Data' in the following path. Where do I store the 'urlfilter.ini' file?
C:\Documents and Settings\"your username"\Application Data\Opera\Opera\