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I'm blocked from swiftkey support with X-Frame-Options Policy. How can I toggle X-Frame-Options Policy On/Off per site?
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You mean that you are having issues accessing the website in Firefox?
X-Frame-Options header is to stop the website from being embedded into another website. It stops websites from embedding the website into theirs. That's controlled entirely by the website owner.
If you are just viewing the website from the original link within the browser, this shouldn't be an issue.
"If you are just viewing the website from the original link within the browser, this shouldn't be an issue. " yet it doesn't.
thanks for the ext link, that seems to work although there is yet another security issue with the site that is above my pay grade.
If Firefox can't open that page in a frame because the website prohibits this via the HTTP response headers then you can try to right-click in that frame area with the error messages and see if you can use "This Frame: Open Frame in New Tab" to get that page working.