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restrict images on firefox
First, I have nothing against Firefox, its a great web browser, but there are two issues with Firefox which I cannot resolve, these two issues have caused me to switch to Google Chrome. That stated here are my two problem(s).
Thank you for your time, Jose H Naber
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You would need to use add-ons for those features.
Firefox has a global images permission setting, but it's a hassle trying to make site-by-site exceptions. Some extensions that might help:
- Image Block: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/image-block/
- QuickJava: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/quickjava/
A Comprehensive Approach
uMatrix is a newer extension that can manage both images and scripts and many other assets. It defaults to allowing first party images (images hosted on the same server as the page) and blocking scripts, but you can set it to be more restrictive. This may be a good place to start if you like having a lot of control.