Friday, March 24, 2023


Don’t miss out on the full experience

We work hard to bring you great information in an entertaining way. To add to that experience we use some third-party software. Unfortunately, ad-blocker and script-blocker browser extensions prevent that content (as well as some ads, which help keep our free site running) from showing on your screen.

To make sure you can see our polls, media players, forms and embedded content on your device, disable your ad-blocker/script-blocker. Below, I’ll show you the most common ad blockers and how to disable them for

Ad-blocker/script-blocker browser extensions

There are a ton of ad and script blockers, but the most common ones can be found in the Firefox extensions list and the Chrome Store (for now).

The most popular are:

  • uBlock Origin
  • AdBlock Plus
  • Adblock (not related to Adblock Plus)
  • Ghostery
  • DuckDuckGo Privacy
  • NoScript

Disable on desktop

Typically on all of these browser extensions, there will be an icon added to the browser bar that will look something like this.

This image shows AdBlock’s browser extension icon. Other brands’ icons may vary.

If you click on that red stop sign (this symbol might be different depending on the blocker you are using), you can allow scripts to run for this site once or all the time. Almost all of the other tools have a way to add an exception for a website.

This image shows AdBlock's settings. Other brands may vary.

Disable on mobile

Click on the lock icon in the URL to allow scripts to run on this site. Most tools allow you to select whether you’d like to allow this once or for all time.

With a couple of clicks, you should have access to all of our content once more! Have questions? Send us an email.



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Neal Davis
18 days ago

Thanks, Jessica. I typically use the Chrome application on a Samsung android phone to read the RV Travel newsletters. I also use Express VPN and a subscription version of AVG anti-virus software. I have had no problems reading any RV Travel newsletters or voting in any of the daily polls.

Dave Pellegrino
18 days ago

In this day and age of scams, phishing, ransome ware, ID theft etc…you want us to disable protections. Naa…maybe y’all need to find a better way to provide the content you wish to share.

18 days ago


Diane McGovern
18 days ago

Hi, Dave. What Jessica has suggested only changes the settings for our website. As she stated, “you can allow scripts to run for this site once or all the time. Almost all of the other tools have a way to add an exception for a website.” That doesn’t affect the protections you have set on any other websites, just when you want to see everything on our site. Have a great day. 😀 –Diane at

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