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How to Remove "From This Website" on autocomplete password

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Refer to [https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/que.../1334293]

On firefox before version 105 i can use parameter on about:config page

1. signon.showAutoCompleteOrigins = to hide the "From This Website" 2. signon.showAutoCompleteFooter = to hide the "View Saved Login" button

Now on firefox version 106 parameter number 1 doesn't work (doesn't hide "From This Website")

How can i hide "From This Website" ? is it a bug or is there any other way

Refer to [[https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1334293]] On firefox before version 105 i can use parameter on about:config page 1. signon.showAutoCompleteOrigins = to hide the "From This Website" 2. signon.showAutoCompleteFooter = to hide the "View Saved Login" button Now on firefox version 106 parameter number 1 doesn't work (doesn't hide "From This Website") How can i hide "From This Website" ? is it a bug or is there any other way
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That preference was removed, but I can't tell why. It seems related to other work on form autocomplete.

You may have come across the idea of modifying Firefox's user interface using style rules in a userChrome.css file. This is a community-supported workaround and isn't officially supported. Using this method, you could hide the lines with "From this website" using this method (although I think this is literal and only works for English versions of Firefox):

  /* Suppress "From this website" on Logins drop-down */
  .autocomplete-richlistitem[ac-label*="From this website"] .line2-label {
    display: none !important;
  }


If you are new to this kind of style hacking, we can provide detailed steps. You also could check my page here:

https://www.userchrome.org/how-create-userchrome-css.html

In Step 5, ignore the first 3 paragraphs and start with the one that says "Alternately" where you can generate a downloadable file by pasting in the above style rule.

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Ausgewählte Lösung

That preference was removed, but I can't tell why. It seems related to other work on form autocomplete.

You may have come across the idea of modifying Firefox's user interface using style rules in a userChrome.css file. This is a community-supported workaround and isn't officially supported. Using this method, you could hide the lines with "From this website" using this method (although I think this is literal and only works for English versions of Firefox):

  /* Suppress "From this website" on Logins drop-down */
  .autocomplete-richlistitem[ac-label*="From this website"] .line2-label {
    display: none !important;
  }


If you are new to this kind of style hacking, we can provide detailed steps. You also could check my page here:

https://www.userchrome.org/how-create-userchrome-css.html

In Step 5, ignore the first 3 paragraphs and start with the one that says "Alternately" where you can generate a downloadable file by pasting in the above style rule.

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jscher2000, you are a lifesaver! I absolutely abhor the presence of numerous "From this website" lines in that dropdown, and your userChrome.css eliminated that for me.

I should mention, I also tried using your selectors/properties placed into a CSS sheet using the "Stylus" add-on for applying client-side CSS (which is how I would usually address such things). But when attempted it there, it had no effect. Unfortunately, I am not a Stylus whiz, so I'm not sure if I was using it 100% correctly. Anyway, userChrome.css it is, for now.

By the way, how on earth did you identify that selector class? I had a bear of a time trying to locate it using Dev Tools, as of course, you can't right-click on the darn thing (it just goes away) to use "inspect," and the "targeting" tool can't find it either. I never could nail it down. Plus I have the weakness of not being familiar with FF source code, so that doesn't help!

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Hi, yes, Stylus can't touch user interface bits, only the stuff in the page that comes from the website.

There is a meta-Inspector in the Browser Toolbox that you can use to inspect UI elements like context menus: https://firefox-source-docs.mozilla.org/devtools-user/browser_toolbox/index.html

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Excellent! Thank you so much!