Filtering rules documentation

A short introduction: Adguard's filtering process is based on special "filtering" rules. With these rules you can tell the program where, how and what exactly do you want to block.

On our website there is an article with description of filtering rules syntax. It's been a long time since it was written and Adguard now has some cool new features, so we have finally decided to update this documentation.

So, we are glad to present you an updated and detailed article about developing your own filtering rules for Adguard. And I don't just say "developing" this time. Creating of your own rules requires some knowledge of web technologies, such as HTML, CSS and Javascript.

We also have a forum section dedicated to making of your own filtering rules. If you have any questions, additions or need help - you are welcome to join the discussion.

Andrey Meshkov on AdGuard News The More You Know
September 19, 2016
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Daria Magdik on Industry News
September 19, 2016
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