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How to disable "blue underlined links" (which I did not code) in FireFox?

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How to disabl "blue underlined links" (which I did not code) in FireFox? Here's an example website that has no underlined links coded in the simple html source: www.setv.org. After I updated FireFox to a more recent FireFox version, blue underlines appear in websites. I know that there is a way to disable that annoying 'feature'.

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tron nee Electro-Optical Tech*Artist Los Angeles Burning Man Artist Association burner et von tron

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You can disable that in "Options/Preferences -> Content"

  • Tools > Options > Content : Fonts & Colors > Colors
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You can disable that in "Options/Preferences -> Content"

  • Tools > Options > Content : Fonts & Colors > Colors
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Cor El,

Thank you. Re; under-lined links...I thought I looked everywhere...but I missed it!

Any chance there being a way to easily enable/disable animations? I'd sure like to selectively rid the screen of those noisy flashy-blinky advertisements.

And how about storing java-script enable/disable flags with bookmarks? That way I would not be forced to click tools->options->content->enable-javascript each time I wanna turn it on or off? When I surf using database engines I disable j-script (phkem) and when I need to get something from nextegg I turn it on. What about being able to selectively disable/enable (also stored in bookmarks) embedded google-ads/beacons flags? I hate being tracked, now I'm getting ads on my cable TV set based on where I've been lurking on the InterNet. Big-phkn-brother's on us, and its the greedy phkn corporations who don't give sht about us except for what's in our wallets. InterNet used to be cool, now its the CIA, the FBI, KGB, policia, FartBuuk, Macro$haft, AT&T, Giggle (at least they give something of value back), and all the other facist big-brothers. Mozilla was born fighting that schema. There's so much more that FireFox could do to mitigate InterNet facism.

Anyway, thanks again for your time and I appologize for the ranting.

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