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How to set Firefox to accept automatic redirect of page I use all the time?

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When logging onto public library site, I am being redirected to the log on page. The message "Firefox prevented this page from automatically redirecting to another page. I can then press "allow" button and it goes. Is there a way to program Firefox for this specific redirect to automatically "allow"?

When logging onto public library site, I am being redirected to the log on page. The message "Firefox prevented this page from automatically redirecting to another page. I can then press "allow" button and it goes. Is there a way to program Firefox for this specific redirect to automatically "allow"?

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There is no option to allow a specific address, but you can change the setting for all addresses.

  1. In the Tools menu select Options to open the options dialog
  2. Select the Advanced panel, and then the general tab
  3. De-select the option "Warn me when websites try to redirect or reload the page"