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Can't enter login details on a website

Dear all On of the websites I have editors right on doesn't have SSL installed. Since I upgraded to Firefox Quantum, when I go to the login page, I can't enter my login d… (read more)

Dear all

On of the websites I have editors right on doesn't have SSL installed.

Since I upgraded to Firefox Quantum, when I go to the login page, I can't enter my login details anymore. The field is not clickable. It works on other browsers.

Firefox does warn me that the website is insecure, but how can I go through anyway ?

Thank you !

Asked by manoucho 2 years ago

Answered by FredMcD 2 years ago

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mp4 color is different on Firefox

We're experiencing a strange bug. We created a page with an embedded mp4. Both of them have the same background color. On Chrome and IE the background color stays the sam… (read more)

We're experiencing a strange bug. We created a page with an embedded mp4. Both of them have the same background color. On Chrome and IE the background color stays the same, but on Firefox, the video has different colors.

We created this demo so you can view the bug as well: http://downloads.perplex.eu/firefox/index.html


Hope you can help.

Kind regards,

Henk van der Velden

Asked by henkvandervelden 2 years ago

Answered by henkvandervelden 2 years ago

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My website is not working in Firefox but its working fine in Chrome

I just made my website and it's not working in Firefox however in chrome its working fine. It's in Wordpress. Is something wrong with my wordpress plugins. It gives me e… (read more)

I just made my website and it's not working in Firefox however in chrome its working fine. It's in Wordpress. Is something wrong with my wordpress plugins.

It gives me error that says "Secure Connection Failed"

Website Link : http://esportsrush.com/

https://i.imgur.com/QnrvzMg.jpg

Can't use the add images button below so posting imgur link here.

Asked by gomu 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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Firefox 39 not downloading files in one particular server

Hi. This is my first question here and a weird one too. So please bear with me. My company has many individual servers, all running the same Java program with same enviro… (read more)

Hi. This is my first question here and a weird one too. So please bear with me.

My company has many individual servers, all running the same Java program with same environment. We have a download button to download some data. However, the download link "DOES NOT POINT DIRECTLY TO THE FILE LOCATION". Instead we take the request, process it, write the data to a file in server, then read that file to the requesting browser.

In ONE of our servers, after our firefox upgraded, we are experiencing the issue that the download is not happening anymore for versions >=39. Previous versions are able to download the file correctly. Same behavior is seen in IE-11.

What's more confusing is that other servers are behaving normally even with firefox 39 and beyond. Only with this one server I am getting this issue.

Based on FF39 changelogs, can this bug-fix have some role to play in the observed behavior ? "Fix incomplete downloads being marked as complete by detecting broken HTTP1.1 transfers"

Attached are 3 images: Image 1: When download clicked, received the popup immediately though expecting some delay because of data processing. This possibly indicates that FF39 is not receiving any data from the server.

Image 2: When FF39 is not able to download the file it gives the warning shown.

Image 3: Trying to re-download the file using download manager downloads the underlying XHTML file instead which is EXPECTED BEHAVIOR because download is not a direct link to the file as mentioned before.

PS: I understand I am not giving enough information because I don't know how to reproduce this issue. Any pointer in some direction is appreciated. Thank you for your time.

Asked by rchaudhary 4 years ago

Answered by rchaudhary 4 years ago

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Problem with register certificates on Firefox version 54

I created a program which adds a certificate to Firefox to communicate with a websocket at localhost. To use it with https, I had to add a certificate to certificate stor… (read more)

I created a program which adds a certificate to Firefox to communicate with a websocket at localhost. To use it with https, I had to add a certificate to certificate stores, including the one Firefox uses. To Firefox, the command used:

certutil.exe -d [cert8.db path] -A -t "TCu,Cuw,Tuw" -n [name] -i [crt path]

Friday I noticed that it stopped working. I add, no issue reported. I use -L, the certificate is there. I even looked at Tools > Options > Advanced > Certificates, and it is there. But Firefox keep saying it's not trustable. Already closed and opened the browser.

I saw there was a update 13th June. Does it changed something about certificates part?

Asked by darakeon 2 years ago

Answered by darakeon 2 years ago

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Firefox 51.0.1 not displaying the pop screen for htaccess protected folders

The latest version of Firefox 51.0.1 does not display the login screen for htaccess protected folders for my website. I've cleared the cache, cookies and browser history … (read more)

The latest version of Firefox 51.0.1 does not display the login screen for htaccess protected folders for my website. I've cleared the cache, cookies and browser history and the website is in the block pop-up window exceptions list.

Asked by UKModelShops 3 years ago

Answered by UKModelShops 3 years ago

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Firefox doesn't randomly load webpages

Hi, I use Firefox v590.0.2 (64 bits) with Windows 10. I use Firefox at my work, only for browsing our intranet. I'm a web developer so I load many pages on our intranet. … (read more)

Hi,

I use Firefox v590.0.2 (64 bits) with Windows 10.

I use Firefox at my work, only for browsing our intranet. I'm a web developer so I load many pages on our intranet. Since a few weeks, I noticed that the pages are not always loaded correctly: the page starts to be loaded, and then it stops and it's loading forever (with the "Waiting for XXX" message at the bottom left). If I refresh the page it will eventually load as expected.

I tried to install a new Firefox on *another* computer, and I use it to browse the same website. And the same behavior appears: it works very fast and well for some pages, and then randomly stops working for some random pages.

On my main computer I tried to create new profiles, delete everything, without success.

I also tried to deactivate the hardware acceleration on both Firefox, without success.

When I check the Network tab from the web developer bar, I can see that some CSS files (it's not always the same, and it can be 1 or several CSS files) are not loaded (see the attachment) and appears with a grey dot, just like if the browser was trying to load them but it cannot, blocking the page. (I've also noticed it could impact other resources, like, at least images)

Before v59 I've never seen this behavior.

Note :

 - our intranet is on Sharepoint, with NTLM auth
 - at home I use Firefox on my personal computer and it works normally (but I don't browser the work intranet)
 - at work, because it's on the intranet, the network doesn't go thru a proxy
 - I'm now using Chrome because of this issue with Firefox, and the problem doesn't occur in Chrome

Thanks for any help.

Asked by AymKdn 2 years ago

Answered by AymKdn 2 years ago

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Custom Local Plain HTML Page Does Not Display Correctly

My custom web page I've used on all computers does not display correctly in FireFox. It works in Chrome & Internet Explorer but not ForeFox. It is plain HTML with no … (read more)

My custom web page I've used on all computers does not display correctly in FireFox.

It works in Chrome & Internet Explorer but not ForeFox.

It is plain HTML with no scripts or anything. Just links and some images for background etc.

Asked by caltrop 2 years ago

Answered by caltrop 2 years ago

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wrong language installed in the UI.

Corperate softwarw download. so saying download another version is not going to help and it would not fix the issue. so i download the version available Firefox ESR V2.4.… (read more)

Corperate softwarw download. so saying download another version is not going to help and it would not fix the issue.

so i download the version available Firefox ESR V2.4.8 - 2.4.5 (CCK2)

now for some reason it thinks i want FF in french I do not. and i do not have any idea why it chose french.

my location in Germany. my operating language is English. others in the office are German and and have German operating systems and they get FF in German. what gives?

yes i have been to Contenu - Langues - and selected English but as you know that only tells what language to show the pages in and has no bearing on the UI.

so back to the French would it have picked up on my corp. user name? or may family name? which just so happens to be French.

oh expect loads of spelling errors in this as the spell check is working overtime in FRENCH.

BUT FF is going that deep into the user info that is not good. So how do i change the language in the UI.

regards Nick

Asked by nicklouse 2 years ago

Last reply by James 2 years ago

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Header image and text for website does not load properly on Firefox - image partially visible, some text squished.

First off, thanks to everyone who pitches in to help resolve this headache. Sheesh! Problem: The Header image and text do not display properly in Firefox: The content doe… (read more)

First off, thanks to everyone who pitches in to help resolve this headache. Sheesh!

Problem: The Header image and text do not display properly in Firefox: The content does displays properly in Chrome, Opera and Safari. By the way: I have read and attempted all the applicable troubleshooting suggestions Firefox has supplied without success.

Website: www.twoworlds.ca The page in question is www.twoworlds.ca/other-world.html

Note: I coded the site myself using largely a w3.css framework. Admittedly, the source code is messy. I'm still chimpin' around (experimenting) with things.

Incredibly, am unable to upload two 137 kb screen captures of the problem for visual reference - an endless spin wheel for 12-minutes. Wha..? In that case, please visit my site in Chrome and then Firefox to see the difference. the site again: www.twoworlds.ca/other-world.html

Thanks.

Asked by lance-uppercut 2 years ago

Answered by TyDraniu 2 years ago

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Disable private mode

Hi guys!! I'm a network admin, of thousand computers running Mozilla Firefox. Yesterday I discovered that users are using "private mode" to bypass/cheat my proxy rules, a… (read more)

Hi guys!! I'm a network admin, of thousand computers running Mozilla Firefox. Yesterday I discovered that users are using "private mode" to bypass/cheat my proxy rules, and them can access porn, chat and others sites.

I've tried use GPO's of Firefox, Install extension by command line, but this ways not works fine...

How can I disable private mode in my enviroment?

Asked by douglasfilipe 3 years ago

Last reply by douglasfilipe 3 years ago

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Closing tabs creates a gap between tabs.

Hello. I'm try to customize the look and feel of FF by editing the userChrome.css. I almost got it, but there is one problem which i can't resolve. After closing a tab … (read more)

Hello. I'm try to customize the look and feel of FF by editing the userChrome.css.

I almost got it, but there is one problem which i can't resolve.

After closing a tab with a number greater that 40 ,there are always unfilled place left between tabs. Pls. see the image.

This is what i added to userChrome.css. Please help me to resolve the issue.

  DISABLE FIREFOX DEFAULT BACKGROUND  

#TabsToolbar:not(:-moz-lwtheme)::after {
	display: none;
}


/*===============================================
  INACTIVE TABS  
  ===============================================*/
#TabsToolbar .tabbrowser-tab {
	text-align: left!important;
	-moz-border-top-colors: none !important;
	-moz-border-left-colors: none !important;
	-moz-border-right-colors: none !important;
	-moz-border-bottom-colors: none !important;
	background: #BAB9A8 !important;
	border-top: 1px solid #4F4E47!important;
	border-bottom: 1px solid #4F4E47!important;
	border-left: 1px solid #4F4E47!important;
	border-right: 1px solid #4F4E47!important;
	border-radius: 3px 3px 0px 0px !important;
	color: #000000 !important;
	/*margin: 0px 3px 0px 2px !important;*/
	font-family: "Ubuntu",Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif;
	font-size: 11px;
        max-width: 43px !important;
        min-width: 40px !important;
}

/*===============================================
  ACTIVE TABS  
  ===============================================*/
#TabsToolbar .tabbrowser-tab[selected] {
	font-weight: normal !important;
	border-top: 1px solid #000!important;
	border-left: 1px solid #000!important;
	border-right: 1px solid #000!important;
	border-radius: 3px 3px 0px 0px !important;
	background: #F0E68C !important;
	color: #000000 !important;
}

/*===============================================
  DISABLE AUSTRALIS TAB  
  ===============================================*/
#TabsToolbar .tab-background {
	margin: 0;
	background: transparent;
}

#TabsToolbar .tab-background-start,  #TabsToolbar .tab-background-end {
	display: none !important;
}

#TabsToolbar .tab-background-middle {
	background: transparent !important;
}

#TabsToolbar .tabbrowser-tab:after,  #TabsToolbar .tabbrowser-tab:before {
	display: none !important;
}

Asked by snoRNA 4 years ago

Answered by cor-el 4 years ago

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Temporarily block Firefox updates by URL/IP

We have an Add-On that will no longer work with FireFox once it updates version 60.2. It will heavily impact our stores ability to use certain functions/integration with … (read more)

We have an Add-On that will no longer work with FireFox once it updates version 60.2. It will heavily impact our stores ability to use certain functions/integration with our website until we get either a new add-on released or make a change to the site. We had planned on disabling updates for FireFox temporarily on each PC at each store but I am hoping for a workaround. I am curious if there is a list somewhere of the server IP’s/URLs that FireFox would use to update. This way I can just blacklist those IP’s for the time being until we get a new add-on released or an update to our website. This way they would not be able to download the latest update. It would prevent me from having to alter settings on each PC at each store (we have close to 70 locations and 4 computers at each). Is there such a list? And if so can someone point me there? Thanks!

Asked by ar550n1c 1 year ago

Answered by ar550n1c 1 year ago

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Firefox v40.0.3 does not launch

I am attempting to create a customized installation package for Mozilla Firefox v40.0.3. >> OS : Windows 7 SP1 x64 <<---- I have performed a Custom installat… (read more)

I am attempting to create a customized installation package for Mozilla Firefox v40.0.3.


>> OS : Windows 7 SP1 x64 <<----

I have performed a Custom installation of the browser (unchecked 'Install Maintenance Service' check-box).

After successful installation, copied the following files to the respective directories:

1. Copied 'local-settings.js' to 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\defaults\pref'


Contents of this file-----------

pref("general.config.obscure_value", 0); pref("general.config.filename", "mozilla.cfg");



2. Copied 'mozilla.cfg' to 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox'


Contents of this file-----------

// pref("browser.startup.homepage", http://intranet/); pref("browser.shell.checkDefaultBrowser", false); pref("app.update.auto", false); pref("app.update.enabled", false); pref("app.update.service.enabled", false); pref("browser.cache.disk.smart_size.use_old_max", false); pref("browser.search.update", false); pref("datareporting.healthreport.uploadEnabled", false); pref("signon.rememberSignons", false);


After performing these steps, when I attempt to launch firefox, it fails to launch at all. No errors are displayed. In Task manager, I noticed firefox.exe getting invoked but it exits within seconds.

What is the cause? Please help.

Asked by soumenray 4 years ago

Answered by cor-el 4 years ago

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Deploying Firefox ESR in an enterprise environment

Hi All, Currently Firefox is installed in our environment used by approx 400-500 users. We update Firefox twice a year to provide minimal impact to users although with se… (read more)

Hi All, Currently Firefox is installed in our environment used by approx 400-500 users. We update Firefox twice a year to provide minimal impact to users although with security being a concern i believe Firefox esr is available and provides minor security patches but i'm unclear if this is the way to go.

Can someone please provide some guidance on a recommended way to roll out Firefox in an enterprise environment? How should we handle updates (auto updates turned on or off)? How do we handle Rollbacks? Etc.

Thanks

Asked by Firefoxa 3 years ago

Last reply by Firefoxa 3 years ago

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Browser Console

Trying to debug very simple javascript in a small web page. I turned on the chrome javascript console when I run my file and then ctrl-shift-j I get an error report o… (read more)

Trying to debug very simple javascript in a small web page. I turned on the chrome javascript console when I run my file and then ctrl-shift-j I get an error report on code that is not mine -- lots of references to recipebox -- and dont get any help with my own page.

Asked by jean01 1 year ago

Answered by Shadow110 1 year ago

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Identical website on one host works correctly, on another it does not, other browsers are unaffected

I have a website located at http://compasschildrenscharity.org.uk/ this site opens in all major browsers except FF, I have set up an identical site on a different host… (read more)

I have a website located at http://compasschildrenscharity.org.uk/ this site opens in all major browsers except FF, I have set up an identical site on a different host here: http://compass.websitesco.com/ This loads fine on FF and other browsers.

I have contacted the host for the main domain and they are unaware of any issues there end. Please can you advise under these circumstances what could cause this issue?

thanks Nobby

Asked by nobby666 3 years ago

Answered by cor-el 3 years ago

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Impossible to make my website with HTTPS wíth certificate

Hello, there is a https:// setting that is destroying my charity project and (since my project is about creating funds for many charities), it's affection many other char… (read more)

Hello, there is a https:// setting that is destroying my charity project and (since my project is about creating funds for many charities), it's affection many other charities as well.

I’ve got a website called Doelshop.nl which raises free donations for charities. This is done through affiliate marketing, someone buys something through my website (I’m just linking through) and 75% of the commission goes to the charity that the buyer chooses. The buyer doesn’t pay anything extra.

PROBLEM with Firefox/Google Chrome

Many charities have applied (because they can get free donations through their users who are already shopping online), recently we have implemented in our system a function where each project can make their own subdomain.

This means, if you have a charity called ABC, you can create ABC.doelshop.nl and automatically you have selected the ABC charity. Very handy for charities, because it’s easy promotion.

Now here’s the problem, we have bought a SSL wildcard certificate to establish https:// connection for all these subdomains.

BUT, some are typing into their URL boxes: www.abc.doelshop.nl and this CANNOT be certified. Technically it can if we manually insert every subdomain into multiple certificates, which would cost us thousands of dollars. Also our subdomains are not set, new ones are being created all the time.

Both Firefox and Google Chrome now always give an error message when people type in their URL address with ‘www.’. People cannot even reach the website, it gives un unsafe warning and shoppers won’t donate for free to their charity.

We have redirected the ‘www.’ to ‘without www.’ but this doesn’t help.

PLEASE HELP

Is there any way where you could help, for example by listing these sub-subdomains as safe? I can give you any kind of openness to prove there is nothing scammy going on.

I’m willing to change these domain setups towards Doelshop.nl/abc instead of abc.doelshop.nl but it takes a while. If you could list it as a safe connection in the meantime that would also mean a lot!

Instead of using abc.doelshop.nl for testing, you can use https://make-a-wish.doelshop.nl (working) and https://www.make-a-wish.doelshop.nl (unsafe in your browser)

Asked by erwinklomp 1 year ago

Answered by cor-el 1 year ago

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Embedded web pages won't display my java scripting on a certain site, but works fine when I view it from the server. How can I fix this so anyone can see it?

I have created a couple of small pages that i have embedded into another web site. The embedded pages wont display on that site in FireFox but works on Chrome with no pro… (read more)

I have created a couple of small pages that i have embedded into another web site. The embedded pages wont display on that site in FireFox but works on Chrome with no problem. How can I fix this so others on FireFox can view these embedded pages? I didn't know it couldn't be displayed until tonight and I have been looking for a fix since I was told. Some may see a solid white box and others see a grey box with a plugin is needed to view this content. However, if I view the pages I created on the server they work fine in FireFox. Just not when embedded into another web site. I'm stumped...

Asked by JeremyChristopher74 4 years ago

Last reply by cor-el 4 years ago