facebook addthis widget disappeared from firefox 5.0.1
I have FireFox 5.0.1 and use AddThis for my social media widget counters. My site is: www.intesiresources.com.
I just noticed that my FaceBook widget near the top of the left menu, which normally appears to the left of Twitter, has disappeared.
Can anyone help?
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First, you should immediately update to Firefox 14.0.1, as Firefox 5 has many known security vulnerabilities and stability issues. Update Firefox to the latest version
After you do that, check and see if the issue is still there. It is showing up fine for me.
I've been using 5.0.1 and this just started.
Is upgrading the only option?
Yes, upgrading is the first thing you should try. Using an older version is unwise, as it not only leaves you and your personal data open to attack, it's slower and less stable than the later versions.
After you update, you can try to Reset Firefox. Reset Firefox – easily fix most problems, but you can't do that on the old versions.