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Warning: Error in parsing value for 'background'. Declaration dropped. Source File: https://support.mozilla.com/media/css/common-min.css?build=e0f8e9a Line: 1

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Am getting ya lot of errors in error console like this kindly fix the error as soon as possible

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cor-el
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You can ignore (CSS) errors in the Tools > Error Console.

Those errors are only useful if you develop websites and want to check the HTML/CSS and JavaScript code for errors.

Most errors are code for other browsers like IE or browsers on other platforms or just typos or the result of bad coding.

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Warning: Unknown property '-moz-outline'. Declaration dropped. Source File: https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&view=bsp&ver=ohhl4rw8mbn4 Line: 1

Warning: Error in parsing value for 'cursor'. Declaration dropped. Source File: https://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&view=bsp&ver=ohhl4rw8mbn4 Line: 1

Am receiving continuesly lot of erros like this y it so???

cor-el
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Yes, you can ignore all those errors. Those error are about CSS properties that are not or no longer supported in current Firefox versions.


dane74 0 solutions 1 answers

I can't ignore it as it interfere with the functions on the web sites I use. Is there a way of fixing it or getting rid of the 'inspect Element' function which seems to have disabled the correct functions on the sites? Would very much appreciate constructive suggestions

cor-el
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Which warnings or errors are you referring to?

The above mentioned CSS warning can safely be ignored as most are either meant for other browsers or in the case of -moz extensions that are not supported by the Firefox version that you use or may simply be typing errors.
If you have other problems or have CSS code that isn't working then you need to check that out.

Can you post a link to a public page that doesn't require authentication (log in) to access it?

HereWeGo2 2 solutions 23 answers

I am having a similar problem.

Suddenly, when I use Google to search, the arrows to the right of the search results don't show up anymore. I use those drop down arrows to click "cache." That's the only way to get cache results.

Also, when I press "more search tools" on the left, nothing happens now. I just click it and it doesn't open up that drop down menu either.

I've already tried disabling all of my add-ons, deleting my cookies, etc. etc.

All of this stuff still works when I use Google on IE, so I don't know why it won't work on Firefox. It worked perfectly fine before, and I don't recall doing anything new that would change anything.

Anyway, so I clicked on Tools, Web Developer, Error Console. A ton of errors come up when I'm on Google, and only Google.

I get:

  • "Expected declaration but found "*". Skipped to next declaration.
  • Error in parsing value for 'filter'. Declaration dropped.
  • Error in parsing value for 'background-image,' Declaration dropped.

I assume the problem has something to do with these errors.

Please help. I really need those arrows beside the Google search terms. I use "cache" quite a bit, and you need to press that to get to the cache link.

kstoepker 0 solutions 1 answers

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Having similar problem with my pages...semi amatuer web designer that doesn't really have tons of time & money to worry about all of the changes a browser does and doesnt support...Funny it displays perfectly in MS IE 8 and after being a huge Firefox fan at the onset, v. 1-3.0, have for the last year found IE to be a better browser (very surprised)...now am forced to put the dreaded, "Web page displays best with MS IE on page...Come on', you fellers need to work more on backward compatability...it's not like it is forward compatablity, hmmm...there are a lot of pages out there not Developed by pro Webmasters....Don't paint into a corner...