You might already know that 1Blocker uses native tools integrated into Safari to deal with intrusive content. Since these tools constitute a part of the OS, Safari provides quick access to all content blockers installed on your device.


In other words, you can reload a page without content blockers or turn off all content blockers on a particular domain without leaving the browser. These features are available both on iOS/iPadOS and on macOS.


The following steps will work only if you have at least one content blocker installed and enabled on your device.


How to quickly see a page without content blockers?


On iOS:

  1. Open the website you want to see with no content blockers applied;
  2. Tap aA button on the left side of the address bar;
  3. Tap "Turn off Content Blockers".


The page will reload with all content blockers disabled. The next time you reload the page or open another page, Safari will enable them again.


On macOS:

  1. Open the website you want to see with no content blockers applied;
  2. Tap and hold the Refresh button in the address bar;
  3. Tap "Reload Without Content Blockers";


The website will then reload as a temporarily whitelisted site. 


How to permanently disable content blockers on a particular site?


On iOS:

  1. Open the website you want to see with no content blockers applied;
  2. Tap button on the left side of the address bar;
  3. Tap "Website Settings";
  4. Turn off/on the switch "Use Content Blockers".


This will make the website invisible for all content blockers installed on your device. 

You can find and manage the list of websites whitelisted system-wide in your iPhone's Settings > Safari > Content Blockers (under Settings For Websites section). 


On macOS:

  1. Open the website you want to see with no content blockers applied;
  2. Right-click on the address bar;
  3. Press "Settings For This Website";
  4.  Turn off/on the "Enable Content Blockers" checkbox.


This will make the website invisible for all content blockers installed on your device. 

You can find and manage the list of websites whitelisted system-wide in Safari > Preferences > Websites > Content Blockers.