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This article explains how to block websites or filter website content in Firefox that may be offensive or inappropriate for children.
- In addition to Firefox extensions, there are many third-party software packages that can filter content through your operating system or at the point where your network connects to the Internet.
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Windows 7 and Vista Parental Controls
Firefox can use the parental control settings in Windows Vista and Windows 7:
Parental control add-ons for Firefox
The following third-party extensions can be downloaded and installed into your Firefox browser to help to keep your children safe on the Internet. This Addons.Mozilla.org search for parental control lists several other extensions that may be suitable for your needs.
Glubble for Families
- Available: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/ad.../5881
- Cost: Free
- Description: Family fun browsing for children under 12
Glubble allows you you create a private family page where you can monitor and support your children’s online activities. Glubble provides games, chat, safe surfing, and a Family Photo Timeline service for uploading, storing, and sharing your photos online. Glubble integrates Ask for Kids, a safe search engine for children. Support for this add-on is provided by the developer at http://glubbleparents.ning.com/forum.
- Available: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/ad.../1803
- Cost: Free + option to donate to author
- Description: Filter out web pages containing explicit content based on text on websites; facility to maintain "good" and "bad" lists of websites
ProCon filters web page content by using a list of inappropriate words and replacing them with asterisks (***). Note that the bad word filter does not block websites containing the words; you must add the website to a Blacklist. ProCon can also block all traffic, making sure that only desired websites (set in the Whitelist) can be accessed. You can manage "white" and "black" lists of sites and pages. ProCon also has password protection in order to keep others from changing the settings. Support and additional documentation for this add-on is provided by the developer at http://procon.mozdev.org/
Based on information from Parental controls (mozillaZine KB)