Configuring Settings for Images, Java Scripts and other Web Contents
Click the Comodo Dragon menu located at the top-right corner.
Select 'Settings' from the menu > 'Show advanced settings' link.
In the 'Privacy' section, click the 'Content settings' button.
The 'Content Settings' dialog will be displayed.
Select the feature for which you want to configure the settings.
Cookies are small pieces of information sent by websites that you've visited which are stored by your web browser. Cookies are used by these websites to store your preferences about that website (for example, if you ask a website to 'Keep me logged in' or similar, it is the cookie that keeps a record of this preference). However, a potential privacy concern with cookies is that they can allow websites to track your navigation when you are browsing those websites. Click here to know more about managing cookies.
Select 'Show all images' for the browser to display all images.
Select ''Do not show any images" to block all images. The icon in the right side of the address bar indicates that images are blocked.
Comodo Dragon allows you to control images for some specified domains or websites.
- Click the 'Manage exceptions' button in the 'Images' section.
The Images Exception dialog will be displayed.
Enter the domain name in the 'Hostname Pattern' text box in the Image Exception dialog to create an exception. Insert [*.] before the domain name to create exception for the entire domain. For example, [*.] comodo.com. Non-http url, IP address and IPv6 address can also be entered.
In the 'Behavior' drop-down box, select either Allow or Block.
Click 'Manage exceptions' button to add or block for some specified domains or websites.
Handlers feature allows you to open certain links is determined by the Default Handler for your computer. Learn more about this in Handling the Protocols.
Websites use plug-ins to process certain types of content, such as Flash and Windows Media files. These files cannot be processed by browsers and require plug-ins. Comodo Dragon allows plug-ins by default. Click here to know more about managing plug-ins.
- Click the 'Click to play' to prevents the plug-ins from automatically loading.
- Select 'Block all' to block all plug-ins.
- Click 'Manage exceptions' button to add or block for some specified domains or websites.
- Click the 'Display individual plug-ins' to disable selected plug-ins.
Comodo Dragon blocks all pop-ups by default.
Select 'Allow all sites to show pop-ups' , if you want to allow all pop-ups to show in your browser. Learn more about this in Configuring Pop-ups.
Certain websites are capable of showing notifications on your desktop. Comodo Dragon is configured to alert you by default whenever a site wants your permission to show notifications automatically. Select your choice in the Content Settings dialog.
Click the Exceptions button in the above mentioned features to customize your settings.
Full screen setting allows you to choose how Dragon handles request to open websites in fullscreen mode. Click here to know more about managing fullscreen mode.
Certain websites or web applications (as games) might request to disable your mouse cursor. Configuring Mouse cursor setting provides a choice on how handles this type of request. Click here to know more about managing mouse cursor.
Certain websites require your device identification in order to grant access to you to download or stream from web sites video and music protected by copyright. Click here to read more about protected content.
Sites with media functionality can request access to your camera and microphone. Learn more about this in 'Configuring Settings For Media' section.
Unsandboxed plug-in access
The sandbox feature configures the security level and is helpful to test the behavior of new executables that you have downloaded or for applications that you are not sure that you trust. Unsandboxed plug-in access restrains access on your computer by blocking unsandboxed plug-ins from automatically accessing files on your computer. Learn more about this in 'Configuring Settings for Unsanboxed Plug-in Access' section.
The automatic downloads feature provides you with ability to download the bunch of files. e.g., when you purchase items from the store and you can them download automatically to your computer or device. Click here for more details.
Zoom Levels feature allows you to manage all custom zoom levels for all content to fit you web page in the browser from the Privacy> Content Settings. Learn more about this in Zooming The Web-page To Full Size section.
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