Media players installed on sites all have a full screen catch which extends the media player so it tops off your whole screen. Each time you enable a media player to go full screen, you’re essentially permitting the site it’s installed on to go full screen. It can get irritating on the grounds that most sites will utilize Vimeo, YouTube, or on the uncommon event DailyMotion to install recordings and these are on the whole sites whose media players we have just permitted full screen access to. Because the video is inserted on an alternate webpage, Chrome requests that we allow the site to go full screen regardless of whether the media player is that of YouTube. In the event that the ‘Permit Fullscreen’ message pesters you, here’s a basic method to turn it off.
How to Make Chrome Full Screen for any Website
Be cautioned that this will permit all media players on any site you visit to go into full screen mode when you tap the catch. You won’t be requested to permit or forbid it. Go to Chrome Setting by tapping the ground sirloin sandwich menu catch at the upper right. Snap Show Advanced Settings and under Privacy click Content Settings. Search for the Full Screen alternative and tap the Manage Exceptions catch. You can on the other hand simply compose chrome://settings/contentExceptions#fullscreen in the address bar.
Here you can see a not insignificant rundown of sites that you’ve permitted full screen access to. Select any of the passages and alter it to; The section you altered will never again show up in this rundown and that is the indication that you’ve effectively altered the rundown. Be cautioned there is no real way to turn around this without resetting Chrome so don’t do it unless you’re prepared to make the dedication. You can return it by resetting Chrome however that will bring about all treats, subjects, the default web index, the new tab page being reset in addition to other things. Your augmentations and bookmarks will stay untouched.