Malvok wrote on Aug 9, 2016, 22:11:
Heh, the Wired article about no one being able to stop ad blocking blocks the page when adblock plus is used to view it.
Only if you let it.
Try uBlock Origin and NoScript (with adblock plus is you like), also set your browser to ask before allowing a page to redirect you.
That should avoid the vast majority of sites moaning about adblocking.
In the rare cases that it doesn't it's usually because they've layered the message over the content an then remove the message with scripts (something which doesn't happen since NoScript is obviously being used to stop useless annoying risky scripts).
Though that's easily solved by either uBlock Origin or AdblockPlus with the Element Hiding Helper, which will let you select an element on the page to block (also extremely handy for blocking crap you don't like on any site).