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Helps! can't access a long-accessed website. Can't add Exception

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I use this website very often: soapee.com

It doesn't use http, https, or even www.

I cannot access it at all anymore, and cannot add an Exception. I don't care if it doesn't have a certificate, or something is expired - I just want to access the site. There's nothing on the site that is a risk for me - just a bunch of recipes. IE/Chrome are no problem, but I won't use any browser except Firefox.

Can someone help?

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You need to use the http:// protocol to access this website. Firefox hides the http:// protocol (i.e. only shows the protocol (https://) if you use a secure connection).

I need to disable Tracking Protection to get the actual web page content.

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I get a perpetual circling gear no matter what I try... (pic 1)

I have tried all protocols - none of them work. The only antivirus I have is Win 10 onboard.

When this site DID actually work, it was just "soapee.com"

even if I typed in http:// or https:// it always resolves to just "soapee.com"

I already turned off Enhanced Tracking.

If I force www. - I get 'not found' (pic 2)

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FredMcD said

I had no problem with http://soapee.com/

And I have no problem accessing soapee.com (without the http://, https://, or www)

Lots of soap bubbles on that site ....

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o. m. gee. I turned off my extensions and the site came right up.

Is there a way to tell which extension is the problem?

I really really thought I had tried this already!

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So weird... it's the Facebook Container extension. How is that possible? What does it have to do with other websites?

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jdothermail said

So weird... it's the Facebook Container extension. How is that possible? What does it have to do with other websites?

You may find the answer in this article :

https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/facebook-container-prevent-facebook-tracking

Would you be so kind as to mark your last post as Chosen Solution  ?

It's the "Solved the problem" button to the right.

It might be helpful to others with the same problem.

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Did you try to click the shield icon and disable Tracking Protection when visiting this website ?

Are you sure that this is really the Facebook extension ?