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In iOS, I only need to be asked once whether I want to allow a website to share my location data. Is it possible to permanently do this in OS X version of Safari as well?

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In your Safari preferences > Privacy :

Select Prompt for each website one time only

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    It appears that this option is not available in Safari 11 on macOS High Sierra ☹️ – alopix Jul 27 '17 at 8:57
  • It’s sort of still present; the whole approach has been redesigned, so you now set your preference on a site-by-site basis. Check Preferences → Websites → Location and then change the setting for the desired site to Allow. – Avi Flax Nov 29 '17 at 15:55
  • On Safari 11 its Safari -> 'Settings for this Website' instead of 'Safari -> Preferences' – iterationx Sep 25 at 16:27
  • now totally, completely different in 2018, see linked – Fattie Oct 4 at 19:29

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