Time Blocked is a website blocker extension for chrome. it's a free extension , it has 59 active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 4.00 from 1 rated user, last update is 3527 days ago.
This plugin allows you to be more productive, and it doesn't waste your time while doing so. You can with ease dictate the time you want to be blocked from a website, and even allow yourself in only on weekends so you don't unblock yourself, and "forget" to block yourself again! Feature suggestions are encouraged, but I will only implement features which makes this plugin simpler to use. This plugin was made on a request: http://www.reddit.com/r/SomebodyMakeThis/comments/1igrkt/a_chrome_extension_that_prevents_me_from_visiting/
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This is a terrific concept, allowing you to voluntarily time-block websites that you have a tendency to stay glued to even when they're hurting your productivity. I used it to block FB, Twitter, and various news sites that can turn into timesinks during working hours, as I'm unfortunately low on discipline sometimes. There's one big bug, however. Let's say you block Facebook, but then you want to temporarily disable the blocking for a day, so you do. However there's no way to re-block the site - the icon completely goes away when you load that domain so you can't restore the setting. Or at least, I can't locate the means to do so. I would love to give a donation if this problem can be fixed. Basically the address bar icon should persist even if you have disabled the block for the domain.