Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
Google’s web browser Chrome now comes with a built-in ad blocker.
The first news about this move came in April last year. In July, Google issued confirmation that they tested a new tool of this kind, and announced in December that it will become available in February this year. The ad blocker embedded in Chrome will not block all ads on all web sites, but should detect bad ads and punish the websites that are running them.
How does the new tool work?
As part of the Coalition for Better Ads initiative, Google has determined the types of ads that you no longer want to see online. They include pop-up ads, ads with autoplay videos with sound, preload ads that appear before the webpages, animated ads, and big sticky ads.
Google will evaluate websites by analyzing a sample of their content, and based on that it will assign them one of three statuses: Passing, Warning, or Failing.