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All pages not allowed in the "Allowed websites" section?

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Old 02-28-2009
Frank
 

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All pages not allowed in the "Allowed websites" section?
Hello;
Can any body help me please? In the section "Allowed websites" in the
"content advisor", when I type in the address of any paticular website to be
allowed(no matter it's rating), It only allows me to open the "Home" page of
that website and not the rest of the pages. What address of the website do I
need to add on the "Allowed website" section so I can open all the pages of
that website and not just the "Home" page? Please help. Thank you very much.
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Old 04-02-2009
kevin203
 

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RE: All pages not allowed in the "Allowed websites" section?
Hi Frank

I believe this will solve your problem after you put an * behind of your
approved sites for example http://www.yahoo.com/*


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"Frank" wrote:

> Hello;
> Can any body help me please? In the section "Allowed websites" in the
> "content advisor", when I type in the address of any paticular website to be
> allowed(no matter it's rating), It only allows me to open the "Home" page of
> that website and not the rest of the pages. What address of the website do I
> need to add on the "Allowed website" section so I can open all the pages of
> that website and not just the "Home" page? Please help. Thank you very much.

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