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How to Disable Web Page Auto-Refresh (blockautorefresh )

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about:config accessibility.blockautorefresh true I set it up like this. But the site below was useless.

https://www.filetender.com/ When I receive the file here (Magnet file)

With time... The website will be moved to the site at the link below. https://www.uuoobe.kr/main.php?ref=ten

I blocked the refresh, but it's moving. Is there any way I can stop it?

ublock-origin I use this but I couldn't block the site from changing.

about:config accessibility.blockautorefresh true I set it up like this. But the site below was useless. https://www.filetender.com/ When I receive the file here (Magnet file) With time... The website will be moved to the site at the link below. https://www.uuoobe.kr/main.php?ref=ten I blocked the refresh, but it's moving. Is there any way I can stop it? ublock-origin I use this but I couldn't block the site from changing.

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I don't operate the torren. It's not the Torren problem Even if you don't operate the torren.

Is this the basic permission of the site? I'm uncomfortable with this. I don't want to. I think it's my right. I'd like to block the movement of the site in the form of advertisements. Any ideas?

Thank you.

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That preference requires specific authorisation of redirects when changed to true. I would change it back to false. There is an add-on to stop reloading but I haven't used it. I have a Greasemonkey script but I am unsure how effective it is. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-CA/firefox/addon/stop-auto-reload/

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This add-on is not actively monitored for security by Mozilla. Make sure you trust it before installing. (I don't want to infect my Firefox Or break it down.) I'm sorry. And it doesn't work. Review by other users


It doesn't work out. Thank you, though.

My idea is... We would like Firefox's official developer to give you permission to set up settings that block these things. If not, I think it should be possible.