Add-on Settings

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This article needs reviewing. WOT has different abilities based upon the browser it is added to, these restrictions are imposed by the browser developer, consider them "rules set up for third-party extensions."

Video tutorial: How to customize WOT settings.

Contents

Access settings

Both your Profile page and your Settings page are available from the pop-up rating window via any browser.
pop-up rating window

Browser specific toolbar access

Firefox
Right-click toolbar icon menu
Check for updates
My WOT
Settings
enabled
Firefox toolbar menu
Internet Explorer
Right-click toolbar icon menu
Check for updates
My WOT
Settings
enabled
Internet Explorer toolbar menu
Opera
option not available
Settings access via pop-up rating window only
Opera pop-up rating window

Settings menu

  1. Guide
  2. Ratings - default
  3. Warnings
  4. Searching
  5. Popup
  6. Advanced

Guide

Ratings (default)

Warnings

Searching

Popup

Advanced

Advanced Settings
browser: Firefox

The following options let you control some advanced add-on features.
We recommend that you use the system’s default settings.

  1. Log in automatically to mywot.com and enable features that require the add-on (recommended)
    default
  2. Re-create the toolbar button if it gets removed (recommended)
    default
  3. Enable color blind accessible version
    Tip!
    WOT blog article with video: WOT has a Colorblind version.
  4. Disable the add-on while in Private Browsing mode

Remember to click Apply settings to save any selection changes you have made.


Ignore (Whitelist)

You can enter IP's and/or host names to tell WOT not to check for reputation, disabling warnings/blocking for listed domain(s).

Ignore the following sites: (Example: localhost, .example.com, 127.0.0.)

default: empty, no entries

Remember to click Apply settings to save any entries or edits you have made.

Input
CSV comma separated values
localhost, .example.com, 127.0.0., 192.168.0.1
Allowed wildcards
* (asterisk)
includes all subdomains. example: *.blogspot.com ignores blogspot.com and all user blogs
IP
single: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx example: 127.0.0.1
range: xxx.xxx.xxx. example: 127.0.0.
range: xxx.xxx. example: 127.0.
note: trailing decimal is required
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