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Hello! My name is Kevin, I work as a novice developer on a small site. Recently, my employer saw errors in the browser in the console (as in the screenshot).

Question: how to remove these errors? how to open access to https://www.google-analytics.com and https://images.dmca.com/Badges/DMCABadgeHelper.min.js In some file on the site you need to enter permissions?

The page with the problem: https://improvecraft.com/how-to-remove-glue-gun-glue-from-fabric/

Yes, and almost every page of the site displays this error.

Thank.

Hello! My name is Kevin, I work as a novice developer on a small site. Recently, my employer saw errors in the browser in the console (as in the screenshot). Question: how to remove these errors? how to open access to https://www.google-analytics.com and https://images.dmca.com/Badges/DMCABadgeHelper.min.js In some file on the site you need to enter permissions? The page with the problem: https://improvecraft.com/how-to-remove-glue-gun-glue-from-fabric/ Yes, and almost every page of the site displays this error. Thank.
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The content blocking error is because you are using trackers on your website that Firefox blocks by default. Here's a blog post explaining it: https://blog.mozilla.org/firefox/tracking-protection-always-on/

More and more users have tracking protection enabled every day.

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The content blocking error is because you are using trackers on your website that Firefox blocks by default. Here's a blog post explaining it: https://blog.mozilla.org/firefox/tracking-protection-always-on/

More and more users have tracking protection enabled every day.

The content blocking error is because you are using trackers on your website that Firefox blocks by default. Here's a blog post explaining it: https://blog.mozilla.org/firefox/tracking-protection-always-on/ More and more users have tracking protection enabled every day.
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Tyler Downer said

The content blocking error is because you are using trackers on your website that Firefox blocks by default. Here's a blog post explaining it: https://blog.mozilla.org/firefox/tracking-protection-always-on/ More and more users have tracking protection enabled every day.

Thank you Tyler Downer.

''Tyler Downer [[#answer-1241133|said]]'' <blockquote> The content blocking error is because you are using trackers on your website that Firefox blocks by default. Here's a blog post explaining it: https://blog.mozilla.org/firefox/tracking-protection-always-on/ More and more users have tracking protection enabled every day. </blockquote> Thank you Tyler Downer.
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The JS error is a server config mistake. Not yours, but of the owner of this badge in the footer.

The JS error is a server config mistake. Not yours, but of the owner of this badge in the footer.
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