Side navigation menus can take up the full height of the screen size (including under the app bar) and be accessed temporarily or pinned for permanent display. Every week, our Tekspert answers one question about digital technology. When you’re browsing the internet, you’ve probably come across the annoying phenomenon known as “pop-ups,” those boxes or windows of text and images that literally pop up over the webpage you’re reading.The desktop structure contains a permanent app bar with a floating action button.Where possible, the window controls are absorbed into the app bar.In the “Contents Setting Box,” scroll down to Pop Ups and select “Do not allow any site to show pop-ups (recommended)” Hit OK and you are good to go. Then check “Block pop-up windows.” That does the trick.
An optional bottom bar can be added for additional functionality or action overflow. A right nav menu can be accessed temporarily or pinned for permanent display.
You will then be asked if you want to install i Player Desktop and any other necessary files; click Yes and make sure the ‘display desktop shortcut’ option is ticked, follow the prompts and as soon as it has finished your chosen program begins downloading.
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Pop-ups can be third-party advertising messages or messages from the website itself.
And they behave in one of two ways: But sometimes you’ll land on a site where no sooner have you clicked a pop-up shut, than another one pops up.