About block pages

When a user’s web request is blocked, Guardian displays a block page advising the user that they have been blocked from accessing the requested web content. A default webpage is supplied, showing information such as the group that the user is in, what the blocked content is categorized as, and the device’s IP address, and the reason for the block.

Default Block Page

Here is an example of the default block page supplied with Guardian:

This block page is shown if a user attempts to go to a domain listed in the Adult Sites Web Search, Image Hosting categories category.

The following controls are used in this block page:

You can add more controls to the block page or change the text and images to suit your organizational needs. You can create and display multiple block pages. The block page that Guardian displays is determined by the block page policies in use. You can customize the default block page, including the reason for the block, and changing the images. The following instructions also apply if you're creating additional block pages based on the same layout as the default block page. You can create your own block page, created in HTML. Guardian provides a custom block page template for your use.

Things you can do here

Customizing, importing or redirecting users to an external block page

Page reference details

Block pages

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