Expand the condition criteria of you rule to check for the time and the day of the week.
If you want to run this condition for several rules, you can add these as the condition for the whole rule set or add a rule to the beginning of the rule set that stops processing of the rule set if the date-time condition is not met.
I am adding a screenshot of a single rule that checks for a URL category and then adds the day and time criteria (note that the "Weekday" property starts with Sunday=1 and the "Hour" property is in 24 hour logic. Also note the brackets set at the bottom of the dialog that cause the correct combination of the ANDs and ORs.
thanks for the response.
i'll try this rule and reply to you if it isn't work well.
i have another issue regarding porno images..
i blocked the pornography category in a rule but when i search in google for sex pics or other words for porno images they are appear without blocking.. some of videos are blocked but others not,, but all pics aren't block..
is it normal or these are not categorized as porno??
this is my rule..
any advise plz from any body??
thanks to all..
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I think porno images in google arent being blocked because they are actually google content. Right-clicking such an image and selecting properties will bring you clarity. No porn url, no blocking.
I'm trying to do the same thing you have described here, with one small change. In your example, you explain how to apply this ruleset regarding just 1 category, Personal Pages. I want to do this same thing, only with multiple categories allowed between the hours of 5 PM and 7 AM. Do I create the ruleset like my example below, or is there a better way to do it?
Create a Category List and add multiple categories to it instead of have multiple ORs for different line items.
URL.Categories at least one in list "Allowed Off-Hours Categories"
AND DateTime.Hour greater 17
AND DateTime.Hour Less 7