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    Is it possible to block just a particular website from being accesed on a particular computer?

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    Mrs. Naysay, is that you?

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    There is software that can do it for you or you can add the website to your windows HOSTS file. Do a quick google search and you should figure out how to use the HOSTS file rather easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingkrazy View Post
    Is it possible to block just a particular website from being accesed on a particular computer?
    depends in what your blocking...porn?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HawkeyeXP View Post
    depends in what your blocking...porn?
    No, My 9 year old likes to watch youtube for the hockey highlights and my wife saw him watching one and who ever was filming the home movie of a kids hockey game had the mouthof a sailor, so I just wanted to block the site from his computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingkrazy View Post
    Is it possible to block just a particular website from being accesed on a particular computer?
    Click on "Tools"
    Click on "Internet Options"
    Click on "Security" tab
    Click on "Restricted Sites"
    Click on "Sites"
    Enter the site name

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingkrazy View Post
    No, My 9 year old likes to watch youtube for the hockey highlights and my wife saw him watching one and who ever was filming the home movie of a kids hockey game had the mouthof a sailor, so I just wanted to block the site from his computer.
    0oh my bad...just wait 5 more years...

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    Are you using a router? Most routers have the ability to block certain domains from being accessed, and it's password protected by you, so there's no way kiddo can get around it.

    Just don't use his name as a password.

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    I believe that this would come in handy...

    Open in notepad: c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts (if you're not using XP, just search for a file called hosts (no extension) on your computer)

    Add these two lines to the end of the file:

    127.0.0.1 anaheimducks.com
    127.0.0.1 www.anaheimducks.com

    Then close and save changes. Now clear your cache and history, and you are safe from links to anaheimducks.com.

    You can do the same thing with any other site you don't ever want to visit, such as YAHOO, tubgirl.com, popup ad hosts, or yodastoilet.com.

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