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5/8/14
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Sarah Dee

How to Add a Google Chrome Trusted Site

Hi There!

Thanks for coming to the Chrome Community Forum! Below are the steps on how you can add a site to the list of trusted sites. 
  1. Click the Chrome Menu icon on the far right of the Address bar.
  2. Click on Settings, scroll to the bottom and click the Show Advanced Settings link.
  3. Click on Change proxy settings (under Network)
  4. Click the Security tab > Trusted Sites icon, then click Sites.
  5. Enter the URL of your Trusted Site, then click Add.
  6. Click Close > OK.

Cheers!

Sarah D & the Chrome Community Team
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Matt Hill
4/24/14
Matt Hill
To learn more about trusted and un-trusted sites, you can read the following help center article

Best,
Matt
Google user
4/26/14
Google user
Are there plans to make this operation easier to accomplish?
Idonthaveagroupnametodisplayok
4/30/14
Idonthaveagroupnametodisplayok
These proxy settings in Chrome take me back to Internet Explorer settings. I thought Chrome was stand alone. Whats the dealio?
Pistors
5/8/14
Pistors
My Settings, Show Advanced Settings, doesn't have Change proxy settings!   It is up to date per Google:
 Version 34.0.1847.131  
Google Chrome is up to date.

Where else do I look?
Pistors
5/8/14
Pistors
Found it.  Proxy settings have been moved to Network.  Thanks anyway.
DarylGriffiths
5/27/14
DarylGriffiths
I believe those are Windows rather than IE settings. Although MS tend to assume that they're only IE (hence the alert next to "Enable Protected Mode"  that it requries restarted IE)... 
Theadore BlackBone
5/29/14
Theadore BlackBone
Thank You quick and easy steps your great.
Jonathan M. Cooke
6/17/14
Jonathan M. Cooke
There is no security tab in Google Chrome version 35.0.1916.153.  What am I missing?  Where is the security tab in this version? I am using MAC OS.  

Thank you,

Jonathan
 
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