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Old 10. Mar 2015, 03:45 AM   #9 (permalink)
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For dailymail videos, the required domains are.

I prefer to whitelist flash for sites that are in my whitelist but you can apply restrictions to videos so they don't play unless you click a placeholder. You can set it up that way in NoScript Options>Embeddings, Tick "Apply this restrictions to whitelisted sites too" and "Show placeholder icon." And untick "Collapse blocked objects." If you use this settings, when you click on a video, you ll get something like in picture 1 and when you click in the placeholder, you ll be asked if you want to allow the video to play. After you click OK, the video plays.

I avoid placeholders and collapsed objects. In my opinion, pages look cleaner without them so I dont use the settings above but I think you said you don't want videos to play unless you allow. Play with the settings. Check the settings in YouTube and huffingtonpost.

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