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How to Make Web Sites Work Properly with Apple Safari Web Browser —  Disable 'Enable content blockers'

It’s crazy that I have to write this post. But so many web sites fail to work properly with Apple Safari now that I had better.

For a feature to have value it can’t break things frequently! But Safari does.

Many sites like the one below will do some things properly, while other things won’t work. So far, it seems like this feature, ostensibly for security/privacy, is more of a PITA than useful all too often.

The most common problem is the content blocking feature of Apple Safari, namely, the Enable content blockers setting. Other times it is the lack of support for WebGL. Or sometimes the web site itself is poorly designed and never tested with Safari.

It’s easy to check for a fix; uncheck the following, then refresh the page.

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