disable https permanently for specific sites
Firefox developers need to add a feature that allows us to block https mode for specific sites & allow us to use http ONLY!! I am sick & tired of going to certain sites with http in my url & Firefox forces https. If the developers don't fix this immediately, then I & my 7500+ business clients I look after are ditching Firefox forever.
I've tried all the posted items ref this issue from the forums in the about:config section to no avail. Doesn't work whatsoever.
Alle svar (2)
If the server doesn't have a certificate installed and doesn't support a secure connection then you should be able to create a permanent exception by clicking the padlock.
If the server supports HTTPS but isn't working properly and needs HTTP then creating an exception is more difficult.
- /questions/1322454#answer-1385347 HTTPS-Only Mode
Note that you need to keep the Site Preferences to keep exceptions.
- clearing "Site Preferences" clears exceptions for cookies, images, pop-up windows, and software installation and exceptions for passwords and other website specific data