Css filter doesn't work


I tried to block the ads div on duckduckgo.com with the filter duckduckgo.com###ads (in the chrome://adblock/ page, so without that right-click menu) and it didn’t work so I tried ##.ads and ###ads as well, but it’s still not blocking.
A link with ads, for testing: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=nike&t=ht&ia=web

current win10 /0.67.125 Chromium: 76.0.3809.100


Would you be willing to show an example of what type of ad you’re trying to remove? Note that you have to ensure you’re selecting the right selector when using the CSS filter (we’re working on making this more flexible and accurate in future releases). For example, to remove the Nike ad at the top of the page you linked to, I did the following:

thanks for your response.
I didn’t used the right-click menu before, so now I tried it with this menu and wrote “#ads”, and it works fine. I block the whole div, so I don’t have to block every single ad. It still doesn’t work on chrome://adblock/ … But that way does the job as well :smiley: Thanks!

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