The annoying websites will soon blocking at Google Chrome
The feature will be active for Google Chrome users starting JAN 2018. But the meaningful redirection on websites still permitted.
Most of us troubling or feel irritating when we are browsing the websites several ads pop ups in the window. Sometimes unwantedly the pop ups were clicked and the annoying and unnecessary websites were opened, these irritating us most of the time. For the Chrome users, this problem no more upcoming JAN 2018.
Upcoming Chrome 65
TechCrunch reports that in the upcoming Chrome 65 Google plans to fixed these issues.There are some legitimate use cases for making iframes redirect a page, including some payment flows. But Google will only block redirects from iframes that a user hasn’t interacted with, so this shouldn’t really be an issues for legitimate sites.In these plans the unwanted websites will pop up but won’t take you the new site automatically.
“One of the things we love about the web is that it gives developers a really rich set of content. That’s what sets the platform apart,” Google director of product management Ben Galbraith told when TechCrunch asked him about the reasoning for these changes. “In general, that leads to a number of really great experiences — but some folks abuse this power.”
The reason it took so long for this feature to make its way to the browser is that the Chrome team wanted to ensure that the blocking features works well and doesn’t interfere with legalize use case scenarios. Chrome team stressed, the general idea here is to look out of for users while working with the ecosystem to ensure that none of these changes break legitimate use cases. The Chrome team argues that this is also why it took a while to bring these features to Chrome. None of these issues are all that new, after all, or exploit any features that weren’t already available for years. But to do this in the right way — and to get it right without breaking too many existing sites — simply took a while.”