3699 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Dec 2, 2010 10:59 AM by MarkPek
no built-in way, no.
There are add-ons & extensions that I believe allow such usefulness - but unhelpfully I don't use them or recall the names.
http://glimmerblocker.org/ is well regarded, for blocking more than just pop-ups - perhaps it will suit you.
As much as I like Safari, in your situation I tend to go "outside the fold."
Before my retirement, our employee HR web site required pop-ups be enabled for viewing check stubs and other important functions, plus you had to turn on "Accept third-party cookies," something I am loathe to do often.
I simply used another browser just for that site. I used Camino. It allows selective acceptance of pop-ups so was easier to use it than change Safari's setting because I needed to access one site.
With this set-up, I was able to keep Safari free of add-ons or extensions and still have fast access to the HR site that loved pop-ups.