I tried to search for a solution but did not see anything directly relevant. Hopefully I'm in the right section.
I'm trying to block a site that my kids use to play games. I want to do it in a way where I can turn off and on access. (I understand a time based option is not available and am fine with doing it manually).
The issue is that the site appears to be a referrer, that pulls IP's from other sites. So if I block the site (it's called Crazy Games) the block works. However, the site refers to other IP addresses once a game begins. And once the game window is active within Safari, blocking the main domain is no longer successful. (My kids leave the game window active, and just open it when they want to play - Apple screen time works - but I would like something I can do remotely).
My thinking is that I need to create my own block list, and activate it when needed. (I would have to list all the possible game sites, which I think I can do).
The question is, can this list be hosted locally, and how would I do it? (All the lists I have to date are hosted on weblinks). I would like to be able to activate / deactivate one list that I create, and not have to turn off and on individual domains in the blocklist.
Am I making sense - or just missing something obvious?
I'm running 5.2.4 via a docker on an Unraid server. I'm not a linux ninja, but am trying to learn.
Any help would be appreciated.