The good news is that these are easily and quickly solved in almost all cases, and we’ll have you up and running in no time by disabling the Ghostery extension in your browser. If you’re certain you don’t have Ghostery installed, the culprit might be another browser extension.
To Delete Ghostery:
- Navigate to chrome://extensions
- Find the Ghostery extension.
- Click the trash can icon to remove it from Chrome.
To disable Ghosery on your site:
Step 1: In the browser’s top right corner, click on the glue ghost icon.
Step 3: If you don’t see it, you might need to drag the address bar to the right to disable it:
Step 4: On the dropdown menu, click Trust Site.
Step 5: Refresh the page.
How to Uninstall Ghostery Extension in Firefox
Step 1: In the top right corner of your browser, right-click on the hand icon for Ghostery extension
Step 2: In the dropdown menu, choose the Remove Extensions option.
Step 3: Refresh the browser window.
Unblock Your Site in Firefox
Step 1: In the top right corner of your browser, click on the ghost icon for Ghostery extension
Step 2: In the dropdown menu, choose the Trust Site option.
Step 3: Click continue to site, or continue to site
Trust your site in Ghostery
Step 1: Click the Ghostery icon.
Step 2: Click Trust Site.
Step 1: Click Safari » Preferences.
Step 2: Select the Ghostery Extension(s).
Step 3: Select Uninstall.
iOS9 and newer
- Open the Settings app.
- Open the settings for Safari.
- In the menu, click Content Blockers.
- Slide the button left to disable Ghostery.
- Refresh the browser to activate changes.