Here's a link in today's Washington Post that explains some of the differet iOS adblockers, but which also explains the tension between blocking ads, and the need for sites to use ads to make revenue and survive.
I personally don't mind relatively unobtrusive ads that don't interfere with the ability to enjoy a website. It's the obnoxious ones -- some of them even run in the middle of an article, and as you scroll down, scroll with you and keep blocking text -- that make the web page a total mess, and the content blocker a godsend.
In Opera Coast, you have to scroll to the top to refresh the page. Luckily this is as easy as tapping the status bar with the clock on the top.
I don't understand the second question entirely. The easiest way to add a site to your home screen is by dragging it up from the dock: http://www.opera.com/help/coast/ios#new
If you want to set a specific icon for it, you can do that through the share menu on the bottom left. Look for an icon with a down arrow and 9 tiles. (It's only there when you don't have the site on your home screen). Hope this helps!
Thank you for your bug report.
Your description is very accurate and because of that we were able to reproduce this.
Of course we're gonna fix this problem, so please look forward for next Opera Coast version.
Going to the link below, you can read about solution of your problem. Again... I think it is a problem with your DSL routers or something like this.
Yes, @Aexremen. thank you. I got confused with that letter symbol. When I sent the link to a friend, I worried that the link was only to the main page of the website (and that changes by the hour at that site). (Ha, perhaps it would be better to show the full link and not worry people there, though in this case I worried too easily) (and I will admit, showing the shorter main link is less cluttered for the page). I've been looking at Coast again, because i've always enjoyed the beautiful setup-ambiance of the browser. And still enjoy it! Between Coast and Ipad mini, Opera has distinctive products, and, in my opinion, is doing quite well in the mobile market.