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how do i prevent the google sign in box from popping up in the top right of my browser when i visit certain websites?

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if i want to log into google i will do so, i dont need there to be popups ever time i go to a website.

Ausgewählte Lösung

This is determined entirely by the website, not Firefox. Firefox simply loads what the website tells it to.

For this reason, it's a little difficult to get the desired performance across all websites. Some content blocking (ad blocking) extensions available for Firefox may block it for you but, since it's not really an ad, a lot will leave it visible.

My only concern is if it's asking you to log in on literally every website you visit. In that case, there is a possibility that it's a fake phishing popup possibly added to the page by malware or a browser add-on. If that's the case, perhaps you should check your computer for malware.

Hope this helps.

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Ausgewählte Lösung

This is determined entirely by the website, not Firefox. Firefox simply loads what the website tells it to.

For this reason, it's a little difficult to get the desired performance across all websites. Some content blocking (ad blocking) extensions available for Firefox may block it for you but, since it's not really an ad, a lot will leave it visible.

My only concern is if it's asking you to log in on literally every website you visit. In that case, there is a possibility that it's a fake phishing popup possibly added to the page by malware or a browser add-on. If that's the case, perhaps you should check your computer for malware.

Hope this helps.