Blocking Categories and Specific Sites
At this point, you probably are going to want to block the categories of web sites that you find objectionable for tender young eyes.
After entering your password, click "Advanced Settings," and choose "Blocked Sites List" from the drop down menu.
Under "Web site categories," simply check the categories you would like to block from your child's view. Once you have successfully completed your list of blockable material, click "OK," and then "Apply."
Now, the block by category filter can do too good a job, for example if you block too many categories you may inadvertently block sites that could help with your child's schoolwork, such as Wikipedia. You can solve this by permitting certain sites. The same feature lets you block individual sites as well. If you are the type of parent (like me!) who does not think a 9-year-old girl should be chatting and sharing photos with grown men, this feature lets you block Facebook.
Log in, and click "Advanced Settings" and choose "Permitted Sites List" to allow academically useful sites for the juvenile users, or "Blocked Sites List" to block Facebook and deprive legions of pervs of your daughter's digital company.
Enter the specific URL address of the site you would like to permit or block, and click ''Add''. Repeat until you have satisfied yourself that your kids will have a relatively clean web surfing experience.
If for some reason, your kids still cannot access a site that they must use for school, then you can always add an exception. Go to "Advanced Settings," click "Blocked Sites List," select "Add Exception," click "Add," and then enter the URL that you agree your child should have access to. Repeat until all sites are entered.