How to Block Web Push Notifications In Chrome/Firefox/Opera
For some time now, more and more websites have been asking if we want to receive push notifications on the desktop.
The problem is that when one website asks, I refuse, after a moment the next page asks the same question and the next one...
A lot of people including me, do not want to be constantly asked about this permission. Web push notifications are annoying the same as asking for them.
So far, I have not given web push permission to any website and I will never give such permission.
I would like the popup request for web push permission not to be shown and request automatically denied or ignored.
Fortunately, it can be done quite simply.
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Enter configuration page by typing in
about:configin Address Bar. Click I accept the risk! button.
In the Search bar type in
Double click option row to change the value to false. Verify if it has changed correctly.
That's it. Changes are saved automatically.
Chrome, Chromium, Vivaldi
chrome://settings/content/notificationsinto address bar.
In Notification section switch button for Ask before sending (recommended).
Switch will became gray and option will change name to Blocked.
Settings are saved automatically.
In top-left corner click Opera button.
In Menu click Settings.
Click Websites option in the left pane and scroll down to Notifications section. Select Do not allow any site to show desktop notification.