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I’m starting to feel better. The following resource was unable to be loaded: net:: Google Chrome’s ERR BLOCKED BY CLIENT


After executing my project, I see a white page, yet it works ok with Client. Do I need to make any browser adjustments? After the error, the link will appear.

Failed to load resource: net::ERR_BLOCKED_BY_CLIENT

Failed to load resource: net::ERR_BLOCKED_BY_CLIENT

Asked by gaurav

Solution #1

An ad blocking plugin, such as Adblock Plus, is frequently at blame for these issues. Use a different browser or delete the ad blocking plugin to test this (right clicking the extension by the URL bar and clicking “Remove from Chrome…”).

There is an easier approach to disable an extension temporarily. Opening an Incognito tab in Chrome usually stops extensions from executing (unless you have specifically told Chrome which ones to run in Incognito).

Answered by ygrichman

Solution #2

My advice is to avoid any image names; class names or ID’s with the words:

in their name!

Ad filters commonly block any direct content with these names within the CSS file, Div or Span Layers, according to my experiments.

As a result, an image with the name advertise-with-us.png loaded via CSS is prohibited on any machine using such software, for example.

EDIT: In Chrome, I traced a list of items for which AdBlock Plus sets the CSS value to “display:none.” They most likely apply to other browsers as well:

::content #ads > .dose > .dosesingle, 
::content #content > #center > .dose > .dosesingle,
::content #content > #right > .dose > .dosesingle, 
::content #header + #content > #left > #rlblock_left, 
::content .trc_rbox_border_elm .syndicatedItem, 
::content .trc_rbox_div .syndicatedItem, 
::content div[id^="mainads"], ::content #ad-banner-980, 
::content #adbox300600, ::content #chartAdWrap, 
::content #in-content-ad, ::content #main-right-ad-tray, 
::content #second-right-ad-tray, ::content #sponsored-message, 
::content #tr-adv-banner, ::content #votvAds_inner, 
::content #welcome_ad, ::content #wp_ad_marker, 
::content .PremiumObitAdBar, ::content .ad-active

Answered by Martin Sansone – MiOEE

Solution #3

There are two steps involved in this process: troubleshooting and then resolving the problem:

Answered by jeffmcneill

Solution #4

In the image url or image class, don’t use keywords like “ad”, “ads”, “advertise”, and so on. They are immediately blocked by Adblock.

Answered by Abel

Solution #5

If you have multiple extensions that block ads or scripts, you’ll need to disable them all.

Here are some of the extensions that may create the problem, as well as how to deal with them, based on this source.

Adblock Plus

Firefox Tracking Protection



uBlock Origin / uBlock


Ant-Banner by Kaspersky For more details on how to whitelist with Kaspersky Total Security, see How to configure Anti-Banner in Kaspersky Total Security.

Answered by Chetabahana

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