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  1. AliceWyman 5146 posts
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    When you click on Content Blocking in the Firefox menu, you are taken to the Content Blocking section in about:preferences#privacy ... with the entire section highlighted in blue. Screenshot: Image:Fx63menuContentBlocking

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    I made some edits to the Turn Content Blocking on or off section of the article, with bullet points about the different settings and a "more info" link to the Disable third-party cookies in Firefox to stop some types of tracking by advertisers article. I included the above image, since it shows what people see when they click the Firefox menu button and select "Content Blocking", as the intructions say to do.

    I also made a new revision to add this note about the Do Not Track settings, since it's part of the highlighted Content Blocking section: {note}Note: You can also set Firefox to always send websites a Do Not Track signal. See the How do I turn on the Do Not Track feature? article to learn more.{/note}

    When you click on Content Blocking in the Firefox menu, you are taken to the Content Blocking section in about:preferences#privacy ... with the entire section highlighted in blue. Screenshot: Image:Fx63menuContentBlocking ;[[Image:Fx63menuContentBlocking]] I made some edits to the '''Turn Content Blocking on or off''' section of the article, with bullet points about the different settings and a "more info" link to the [[Disable third-party cookies in Firefox to stop some types of tracking by advertisers]] article. I included the above image, since it shows what people see when they click the Firefox menu button and select "Content Blocking", as the intructions say to do. I also made a new revision to add this note about the ''Do Not Track'' settings, since it's part of the highlighted Content Blocking section: {note}'''Note:''' You can also set Firefox to always send websites a ''Do Not Track'' signal. See the [[How do I turn on the Do Not Track feature?]] article to learn more.{/note}
  2. AliceWyman 5146 posts
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    P.S. I'll wait awhile before marking my last revision ready to localize, in case there are other needed changes.

    P.S. I'll wait awhile before marking my last revision ready to localize, in case there are other needed changes.