Safari blocks all kinds of pop-up windows by default. In that mix, it ends up blocking some legitimate ones. Many websites offer helpful pop-ups to enter important details such as login credentials, captcha, forms, and more.
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It’s annoying to click on the pop-up blocked notification every time you visit sites that require you to allow pop-ups. Luckily, you can change Safari’s default behavior and get pop-up windows while browsing.
To get started, open the Safari browser on your Mac. Next, click “Safari” in the top-left corner of the menu bar and select “Preferences.”
Click the “Websites” tab.
In the “General” column on the left, scroll down and select “Pop-up Windows.”
Use the drop-down menu next to the “When Visiting Other Websites” option in the bottom-left and choose “Allow.”
If you want to allow pop-up windows for a specific website (like a bank site), Safari lets you do that too. First, open Safari on your Mac, then browse to the websites you want to allow pop-ups for.
Next, click “Safari” in the menu bar and select “Preferences.”
In Safari Preferences, click the “Websites” tab.
Scroll down in the “General” column and select “Pop-up Windows.”
On the right, you’ll see the list of websites open in Safari and the option “Block and Notify” set for each site. Use the drop-down menu next to a site and select “Allow.” Repeat the same to allow pop-ups for the other websites on the list.