How to block websites in iOS 7 for iPhone and iPad
With the arrival of iOS 7, Apple incorporated many essential features. One of the best features in iOS 7 is the parental control, now, not only can you enable restrictions in iOS, but you can also block certain websites for your children. This feature is quite easy to use and no one can access the blocked websites except the person who knows the password.
With the help of this great feature, you can block adult content on your iDevice or you can block specific websites. “Limit Adult Content” will limit all types of adult websites or search your Safari web browser. However, “Block Specific Websites” will block certain websites on your iPhone. Under the main hood, you can also enable always allow certain websites. This feature can be very useful for some people, but sometimes it can be very annoying. For example, if the website has the mobile version, the iPad versions and the desktop version. You will have to block all three URLs, not just the specific website. If you want to block access to Facebook on your iPhone or iPad, you must block both www.Facebook.comy m.Facebook.com. Follow the guide below to block or unblock access to certain websites. First, you will need to enable restrictions on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. Here is a guide to enable restriction.
How to enable restrictions on iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad?
Go to the home screen on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad and click on “Settings
From the main configuration page, select “General”
Once you have entered the access code, the “Restrictions” will be enabled. Follow the steps below to block access to websites in Safari.
How do I block specific websites in Safari?
After enabling the restrictions, scroll down and under “Allowed Content” select “Website”
How to quickly unblock websites?
If you have already blocked a website, but forget to unblock it. You can do this from Safari. If you are redirected to the Safari website, click on Allow Website and enter the restriction code. Thats it! You will be redirected to that page.