How to access website settings in Safari on iPhone, iPad

With the release of iOS 13, Apple introduced some additional features for the Safari mobile web browser. One of the most welcome new changes in Safari is the ability to customize a variety of settings for specific websites.

With the release of iOS 13, Apple introduced some additional features for the Safari mobile web browser. One of the most welcome new changes in Safari is the ability to customize a variety of settings for specific websites.

Like Safari on Mac, the Website Settings section allows users to configure various viewing and security options for specific websites and then Safari will apply them automatically and you don't need to reset it again. . And here's how.

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How to access Website Settings on Safari

Step 1. Navigate to the website you want to visit.

Step 2 . Touch the aA icon in the upper left corner of the screen to open the Website View menu.

Step 3 . Touch Website Settings .

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In the Website Settings, you can adjust one of the settings below:

  1. Reader Mode : Safari's built-in Reader mode removes unrelated articles for easier reading. This mode is activated by clicking on the icon that appears on the left of the address bar but you can select Use Reader Automatically to turn it on automatically.
  2. Request Desktop Website : Mobile website often removes some components and makes more streamlined for easy navigation, but this makes some page content unavailable. And sometimes users have trouble finding content because they are familiar with the desktop version of the website. Fortunately, Apple allows users to disable the site's mobile interface and see the original desktop version on the mobile device.
  3. Camera, Microphone, Location : The last three options in the Website Settings allow you to choose to allow or block websites from accessing the camera, microphone and positioning on your iOS device. You can choose Allow or Deny, but if you want to change on a specific site, set Ask so that Safari asks you when you need to use the camera, microphone and location.

I wish you all success!

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