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Elemhide css file not understood - beginner (mum)

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Hello, I am a novice mum at this so please bare with me... When looking through a users elemhide css file I see a bunch of domain names then different writing in blue, moz binding and then an elemhidehit and a numerical figure. “@-moz-document domain (an actual domain here...) then on the next line - #banner-con {_moz binding: url (about :abp-elemhidehit? 961191561050#dummy) ! Important} Does this then mean the user has actually visited all these sites, and if so can the date be converted from the number as it doesn’t seem to be epoch? Many thanks.

Hello, I am a novice mum at this so please bare with me... When looking through a users elemhide css file I see a bunch of domain names then different writing in blue, moz binding and then an elemhidehit and a numerical figure. “@-moz-document domain (an actual domain here...) then on the next line - #banner-con {_moz binding: url (about :abp-elemhidehit? 961191561050#dummy) ! Important} Does this then mean the user has actually visited all these sites, and if so can the date be converted from the number as it doesn’t seem to be epoch? Many thanks.
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cor-el
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This is probably just a random number and has nothing to do with a visit date like I wrote in your other thread. You would have to check the history or the disk cache to see if/when this website was visited.

If you want to know more about this then you need to contact the developer of the extension that created these rules for Adblock Plus.

This is probably just a random number and has nothing to do with a visit date like I wrote in your other thread. You would have to check the history or the disk cache to see if/when this website was visited. If you want to know more about this then you need to contact the developer of the extension that created these rules for Adblock Plus.
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