Disable an extension for a certain site?
hucker last edited by
Can I tell Opera to disable an extension for a certain website? Or is that up to the extension? I often find an extension interferes with one particular website, so I want to disable it for only that website.
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by burnout426
At the URL
opera://extensions, you can click "details" for an extension and use the site access drop-down so that the extension only runs on the sites you want. However, it works as a whitelist. I don't see a way to make it work as a blacklist. You see that if you right-click an extension's icon on the address bar, there's a page access option that controls the site access. So, you don't always have to go to the
opera://extensionspage and click details to do it.
There is this Extension Manager extension that allows you to control whether an extension is on for a site via rules in the manager's settings. I didn't test, but I guess you'd use a "Disable when" rule. Something to try out at least.