The method mentioned in this question no longer works:
How do I permanently allow a website to access my location?

Is there some way to achieve the same effective in High Sierra?

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Open the website you want to permanently allow.

  • Go to Safari preferences at top left under Safari.

  • Click on Website tab.

  • Click on Locations tab on left side.

  • On currently opened websites, select Allow on the one that you want to permanently allow.

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Slightly updated for Sonoma 14.1.2 (late 2023):

  1. Safari > Settings
  2. "Websites" tab
  3. "Location" in the side panel
  4. Pick between "Ask", "Allow" and "Deny" per website

This is what it looks like with a couple of tabs open:

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