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As the title says, Is there a way to block a specific URL and not the whole domain? Let's say I want to block Google Images( but not Google ( or block Facebook Groups ( but not Facebook ( I have tried with OpenDNS and the host file but can't still find a solution to this.

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I can only imagine ways do this in the browser or using a proxy server... using dns is not going to work. – Javier Rivera Dec 10 '12 at 14:21
@JavierRivera How could I do this with a proxy server? – Isaias Dec 10 '12 at 20:19
Se Matt Caswell answer, Dansguardian is a proxy already configured for web filtering. – Javier Rivera Dec 10 '12 at 21:37
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How about using Dansguardian?

Info here and here

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