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Pop up ad causes site to freeze

There's a problem with the site filmcomment.com that only happens on Firefox and not other browsers. As of today, when I load the site an ad pops up for a newsletter. I c… (read more)

There's a problem with the site filmcomment.com that only happens on Firefox and not other browsers. As of today, when I load the site an ad pops up for a newsletter. I click the X and the text of the ad goes away, but the screen remains dark and the site is unusable. I have turned off all ad blocking for this site and have tried clearing cookies.

Asked by cplester110 1 minute ago

Autoplay continues despite setting permission to block and also trying extensions

I cannot stop autoplay of audio/video on numerous sites despite setting permission to block all. Also tried several extensions. This seemed to have happened a couple if… (read more)

I cannot stop autoplay of audio/video on numerous sites despite setting permission to block all. Also tried several extensions. This seemed to have happened a couple if updates ago. Currently using 88.0.1

Asked by sccarlin 3 hours ago

GoDaddy Redirecting Firefox

Hi Folks! I'm located in the U.S.A. in the Denver, CO. area. I'm not using a VPN or any sort of IP masking technology, so my normal Comcast public IP address should be… (read more)

Hi Folks!

I'm located in the U.S.A. in the Denver, CO. area. I'm not using a VPN or any sort of IP masking technology, so my normal Comcast public IP address should be what's visible when I browse the web. Also the language is set to English-US in Firefox's settings.

Recently I noticed that when I try to login at GoDaddy, the GD website redirects me to the India version of their site (in.godaddy.com). I'm posting in this forum because this only happens when I go there in Firefox. If I use Chrome or Edge (i.e. Chrome rebranded) I get the U.S. version of the GD site. I've verified that my public IP, currently 98.43.226.196, is in fact registered to Comcast. I've cleared cookies and cache, restarted Firefox, but GD still sends Firefox to its India version. Does anyone have any idea why this may be happening?

Thanks!

Scott

Asked by scotthco 8 hours ago

PDF don't open in firefox, but does so in Safari, Chrome & Opera

I've a public website, but people, when useing Furefox, can't see any PDF !!! It does however in Safari, Chrome & Opera. What to do? When will this problem be solved?… (read more)

I've a public website, but people, when useing Furefox, can't see any PDF !!! It does however in Safari, Chrome & Opera. What to do? When will this problem be solved? How to knwo? Is there a workaround? This is one exampel of the many HTML statements allowing (normally) to view a PDF:

<a href="YinPDF/TenteraQuoi.pdf" target="_blank">« Tentera Quoi ?! »</a> of course this is called within livingtantra.be/YIN where the folder YinPDF is losated

Asked by Dan 11 hours ago

error message about java script

i am trying to open ticket master (which i have done in the past on the same computer using firefox. the error message states: Pardon the Interruption As you were browsi… (read more)

i am trying to open ticket master (which i have done in the past on the same computer using firefox. the error message states: Pardon the Interruption As you were browsing something about your browser made us think you were a bot. There are a few reasons this might happen:

   You're a power user moving through this website with super-human speed.
   You've disabled JavaScript in your web browser
   A third-party browser plugin, such as Ghostery or NoScript is preventing JavaScript from running.

i checked and the javascript is true (so enabled) but nothing is working???????????

Asked by kellaphill 11 hours ago