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On using the AdBlock extension in Firefox breaks some functionality. Therefore I disabled the extension on that website. Now everything works as it should but obviously ads are shown.

I have the idea that a rule in the filter list I'm subscribed to breaks the website, but as the list is very long I can not check the rules one-by-one to determine the error.

The ad is contained in a div which I can easily block with the rule ##div#title. However this does not work when the site is in the exception list, even when the exceptions are placed after/below the ad blocking rules:

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Can I bypass all filter rules in the subscribed list and only use the rule I specify for this specific site?

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Try Ghostery add-on you can choose what to enable and what to disable. – cybernard Jan 21 '14 at 5:51
Could you maybe elaborate in an answer on how I would block a div with it? – Saaru Lindestøkke Jan 21 '14 at 6:40

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