It's time for me to ask you for some help. How do you do that in Chrome? I've added exceptions to the plugins on Chrome, and have them set to block. Do I make the change where I have the exceptions added, or do I just change "plugins" to "let me choose when to run plugin content"?
That's completely understandable. There're a couple of sites that I will no longer go to, as well, due to them having over thirty ads pop open while on the main page. The AdBlock Plus stops it, but it irked me nonetheless, so I don't go to them.
Ah. I may have tried that before and experienced the same thing, as it seems it should stop things from playing. But, of course, without it remaining that way, it's kind of pointless. LOL.
Now, if I could just do the same with IE. I don't think IE wants to allow people that much control. There's probably a program or app somewhere that might work, but I don't like to run an app or program unless it's very well known.