Now, you can enjoy a cleaner, less ad-cluttered experience on mobile. SiteTruth’s Ad Limiter now works on Firefox for Android.
The SiteTruth API for developers is now FCGI only. The long-obsolete CGI interface has been deleted. Users of the API should update their REST URLs.
Due to Firefox Bug 886329, “drop-down list in Jetpack add-on breaks entire UI”, the preferences menu in Ad Limiter is not working in Firefox version 23 only. It worked in Firefox 22, and is fixed in Firefox 24, which is now available. We suggest not using Firefox 23.
We’ve now released Ad Limiter 1.6 for Google Chrome. This brings the Google Chrome version up to the same level as the Firefox version, and supports versions of Google Chrome scheduled for release in the near future.
Users should not notice any changes.
Pages with glyphs from the Unicode astral planes will no longer be ignored by the rating system. Until recently, few pages used those exotic characters. Now, at least one major content management system is using glyphs such as “globe” from the upper reaches of Unicode character space, so we now support them.
Support for single-word domains such as “amazon” has also been added, along with partial support for internationalized domain names.
Starting today, we give “Know who you’re dealing with” some teeth. With our Ad Limiter add-on installed, mouse over any rating icon. You’ll see a “dog tag”, like this:
We tell you the name of the company behind the web site, its location, and its annual sales. Clicking on “SiteTruth profile” will bring up even more information about the company. Now you can easily decide if you want to deal with a strange company.
Companies that don’t clearly disclose their identity get a dog tag which is mostly blank. Do you want to deal with them?