Some requests and one issue Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This extension is great. It does what it says it does. But I could be better with this suggestions:
- Is necessary input "http" in all urls? If I input an url like "*.ads.*" in blacklist, blocksite should block http, https, and any other protocol whose url match with this wildcard.
- Give option to set an "ignorelist" with sites that blocksites will not block anything (sites in which "anything goes"). For example, if I want to block advertising except in one domain, I will input wildcard for that in blacklist and I will input the url of site which ignores this rule (like likedin for example) in ignorelist.
- In warning message add link that shows what urls were blocked. (This would allow me refine the filter list in more easy way.)
- Option to autoclose warning message (and set how many time has to elapse to do this).

And one issue: When firefox is loading a site which have something match with blacklist, and I change the active tab to non-blocked site tab (with nothing blocked in it), blocksite shows the warning message in blocked site tab and in non-blocked site tab.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (