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Firefox sites not loading

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Many websites aren't working or aren't showing any data. Like Spotify. It looks like its open, but no data appears.


I've updated the latest version. Chrome works. But Firefox doesn't. Help!

Many websites aren't working or aren't showing any data. Like Spotify. It looks like its open, but no data appears. I've updated the latest version. Chrome works. But Firefox doesn't. Help!

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Hey there! It sounds like you're facing an issue where some websites, like Spotify, aren't loading properly in Firefox. I totally get how frustrating that can be. Since you've already updated to the latest version of Firefox and Chrome is working fine, here's a simple step you can try: Clear your Firefox cache and cookies. Sometimes, stored data can cause these kinds of glitches. Go to the Firefox menu, select "Options," then "Privacy & Security," and under "Cookies and Site Data," click "Clear Data." After that, restart Firefox and give it another shot. If the issue persists, you might want to check your extensions – sometimes one of those can cause conflicts. Hope this helps you get back to smooth browsing!

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This is likely a problem with the AdBlocker Ultimate extension if you have this extension as there have been similar reports.

  • 1847380 - Adblocker Ultimate preventing pages from displaying correctly

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https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/page.cgi?id=etiquette.html
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Hi

I understand that we may have a fix for this problem.

  1. Open AdBlocker Ultimate from the toolbar icon and select Settings.
  2. Next, select the Filters tab in the page that opens and turn off the Security option.
  3. Close the page and then repeat the process, but turning the Security option on.

Does this help fix the issue?