Of the various things which parents or guardians are concerned about the activities their children do in internet is, children accessing the websites having grown-ups content. As of now, there is no inbuilt feature in Google Chrome to block a website. However, you can still use other handy Chrome extensions to do so. There are multiple good and reliable Chrome extensions to block websites of your choice. All you have to do is install and use them.
In this post I am going to use Website Blocker (Beta). You can find Website Blocker in Chrome Web Store. Make sure that you install the extension from Chrome Web Store, as downloading any Chrome extension from other similar stores may install a malware. Once the extension gets added, an icon of the extension will appear on the interface.
All you have to do next is go to the website you want to block, and then click on Blue globe icon (extension’s icon). Enter the time period you want the website to stay blocked and then click on “Block This!” That is it, however if you still have issues with blocking websites in Chrome or have other issues related to Chrome, then the best thing to do is availing Chrome tech support provided by a reliable support sources.
Contacting experts when having technical issues with the software or computer you use is always advised, because it is the experts who can provide you the quick and effective support. You can reach multiple good support sources like SupportMart and others at this front. All you have to do is dial the respective support number and avail required help, such as Gmail support, Acer technical support, antivirus support, browser support etc.