Firefox doesn't open my website

Recently I figured up that Firefox 90.0.2 (64-bit) doesn't open my website (https://e-expo.online/) It's very strange, because Google Chrome, Brave, Opera, Vivaldi and Sa… (read more)

Recently I figured up that Firefox 90.0.2 (64-bit) doesn't open my website (https://e-expo.online/) It's very strange, because Google Chrome, Brave, Opera, Vivaldi and Safari opens it perfectly.

But every time I try to reach my site Firefox shows me this: " Secure Connection Failed An error occurred during a connection to e-expo.online. The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified. Please contact the website owners to inform them of this problem. " I didn't find any advice at the Internet of how to solve it. Can you help me?

Asked by Volodymyr 21 hours ago

Last reply by TerryN21 24 minutes ago

"The Big Lie" & I Don't Mean Politics

Mozilla has no true feedback page any more, so I chose to post here. I kept the "Allow Firefox to install and run studies" box unchecked since I began to use the Firefox … (read more)

Mozilla has no true feedback page any more, so I chose to post here. I kept the "Allow Firefox to install and run studies" box unchecked since I began to use the Firefox browser (years ago). While I was researching a different issue, I found other users' posts about app.normandy. They all said that it allowed Mozilla to do what Mozilla promised not to do: run studies in violation of users' preference to opt out. Based on what I learned from those posts, I found where app.normandy was in my computer's about:config and toggled it to false. I want to thank those other users for their posts. Mozilla's explanation, also according to those posts, is that "Normandy is a collection of servers, workflows, and Firefox components that enables Mozilla to remote control Firefox clients in the wild based on precise criteria." Aside from whether or not Mozilla should be remote-controlling clients in this way, does it really consider all the diverse places in the world where its users live to be "in the wild?"

Asked by 1&Done 1 week ago

Last reply by TyDraniu 59 minutes ago

Inspect Page Info Media - Image Distorting from Dimensions Scaling

Previously inspecting the page info (Ctrl + I) and going to the media tab, I could select an image and download it in its original file size. This has changed to where th… (read more)

Previously inspecting the page info (Ctrl + I) and going to the media tab, I could select an image and download it in its original file size. This has changed to where the image is now downsized, even when opening the direct link in a new tab. The image comes out squished and distorted.

Is there a fix for this? I've tried clearing all cookies & cache which has worked in the past but not anymore.

Asked by Amongus 1 week ago

Last reply by jscher2000 2 hours ago

Firefox deleted all my data (this includes bookmarks, browsing history and everything you can think of)

This morning my firefox opened normally and nothing was out of the ordinary. Later today I turned on my laptop again and when I opened firefox it asked me to make a "prof… (read more)

This morning my firefox opened normally and nothing was out of the ordinary. Later today I turned on my laptop again and when I opened firefox it asked me to make a "profile". I thought that maybe firefox had updated and was now using profiles or something, so I choose to "create new profile" and just left it at its default name. Upon opening I noticed that all my data was gone...

Asked by muhavaux33 8 hours ago

Last reply by jscher2000 3 hours ago

How to make update settings stick (FF 90.0.2, running on Win 7 Pro)

Whenever I check "about Firefox" under the Help menu, if there are updates, FF automatically downloads and installs them. This is not my preferred method of installing up… (read more)

Whenever I check "about Firefox" under the Help menu, if there are updates, FF automatically downloads and installs them. This is not my preferred method of installing updates. When I go to the Tools/Settings and type in "Updates", I find that the "Automatically install updates (recommended)" button is selected. Of course, I immediately change this to the "Check for updates but let you choose to install them" setting, which lasts until I (manually) install the next update. At that point, the new update setting defaults back to "Automatically install updates (recommended)".

Is there a way to make my update selection stick?

Asked by LesF 8 hours ago

Last reply by jscher2000 3 hours ago

Unwanted script/extention initiated requests

So I'm seeing unknown access to bsscommerce.com well as other sites being initiated by script/extension. This is a major problem with Firefox. Lack of Security. Also, it … (read more)

So I'm seeing unknown access to bsscommerce.com well as other sites being initiated by script/extension. This is a major problem with Firefox. Lack of Security. Also, it won't show which script/extensions initiated these requests. Thanks for nothing. Talking about security and privacy is CHEAP.

Asked by simon1tan 6 hours ago

Last reply by FredMcD 3 hours ago

Website text scrambled

When loading certain websites, the images load correctly, but the text is scrambled (see attached image). About 1/3 of the sites I visited today were scrambled, others l… (read more)

When loading certain websites, the images load correctly, but the text is scrambled (see attached image). About 1/3 of the sites I visited today were scrambled, others loaded fine. This just started to happen last week. I tried downloading and installing a new copy of Firefox but it did not fix the problem. I cleared the cache but no luck. This is on an iMac operating on IOS 10.9.5. Any suggestions on how to resolve this issue?

Asked by WhiteHouse50 14 hours ago

Last reply by FredMcD 3 hours ago

Firefox browser keeps crashing on troubleshooting mode

I was on firefox today and it suddenly crashed. I haven't installed any new extensions in over a week - I try reopening it and I see that the window opens and closes inst… (read more)

I was on firefox today and it suddenly crashed. I haven't installed any new extensions in over a week - I try reopening it and I see that the window opens and closes instantly. I've restarted my computer, uninstalled and reinstalled firefox, refreshed firefox, deleted folders that have cache in it in roaming & local, attempted to go into safe mode, tried to open the profiles. None of it fixes the problem, nor do the windows for firefox profiles and safe mode stay on enough for me to even look at it. I assume that it keeps crashing, but I can't figure out how to fix it. The browser is stuck on troubleshooting mode now.

Here's a link of how it looks like to me now (not sure if links are allowed though).

Let me know if I should give any information to help solve it.

Asked by justhopeforhope 8 hours ago

Last reply by FredMcD 3 hours ago

firefox immediately closes itself upon clicking it

every time i click the application, it loads for a moment and then a windowed tab flashes for a second, before immediately closing itself. no error messages or crash repo… (read more)

every time i click the application, it loads for a moment and then a windowed tab flashes for a second, before immediately closing itself. no error messages or crash reports are visible after.

Asked by babsthecat65 11 hours ago

Last reply by FredMcD 7 hours ago

Bad Request

I am getting a Bad Request notice when I try to make a payment on my PayPal account. It says browser sent a query the server does not understand. How do I fix this? … (read more)

I am getting a Bad Request notice when I try to make a payment on my PayPal account. It says browser sent a query the server does not understand. How do I fix this?

Asked by fvfarms 11 hours ago

Last reply by FredMcD 7 hours ago

firefox on win10 won't start, even in safe mode or with profile manager

Hello, On a fresh win10 installation, I installed the latest version of firefox (90.0.2). However, firefox won't start after that. I tried starting from the command line … (read more)

Hello,

On a fresh win10 installation, I installed the latest version of firefox (90.0.2). However, firefox won't start after that.

I tried starting from the command line in safe mode (firefox.exe -safe-mode), and I see very briefly (less than a second) a window with the title bar "Open Firefox in troubleshot Mode ?" starting to appear, but it disappears almost instantly.

A similar thing (dialog window briefly appearing) happens when I try to open the profile manager from the command line.

I tried uninstalling and reinstalling, with no effect.

Any idea what could be the issue ?

JP

PS : this is posted from a mac machine, hence the mistaken mac tag. The issue is about a win10 installation

Asked by farangfrog 10 hours ago

Last reply by FredMcD 7 hours ago

Firefox not opening

Hello, This morning I tried opening FireFox and it would fail to open. Tried everything said on the "Firefox won't start" on the find solutions page and many youtube vid… (read more)

Hello,

This morning I tried opening FireFox and it would fail to open. Tried everything said on the "Firefox won't start" on the find solutions page and many youtube videos using command prompt inputs. I cannot open in safe mode and neither can I make a new profile using -ProfileManager (won't open) what happens is Firefox appears to open for just a split second some sort of error message but its impossible to see what it is. Also tried disabling security programs have ran many scans on my computer for spyware, viruses, etc but nothing. Could this possibly have occurred because I left a couple tabs open overnight??? Also to add it is not running in task manager when I try to open it. If anybody else has a fix or the same issue please let me know. Thank you.

Asked by dilanjbaker 8 hours ago

Last reply by FredMcD 7 hours ago

Toolbar folders -> drop down orientation problem -> screen limit not recognised

Hello: Quite a few iterations of Firefox ago (cannot recall which), the orientation of the drop down menu listing the bookmarks inside any folder in the toolbar was eithe… (read more)

Hello:

Quite a few iterations of Firefox ago (cannot recall which), the orientation of the drop down menu listing the bookmarks inside any folder in the toolbar was either towards the 'left' or towards the 'right', depending of the amount of screen real estate available to the right side of the screen where it was opened.

If the listing could not be properly seen by opening the drop down menu towards the 'right', it would be opened towards the 'left'.

This worked perfectly well with my three screen setup, with Firefox in a window in the centre screen. ie: Firefox knew it was inside a three screen wide setup and in the centre screen, so it also "knew" that the right edge of the centre screen was the limit for available screen real estate.

At some time this stopped working in the described manner.

It seems that Firefox now ignores the right edge of the centre screen and as a result the drop down menu for any folder in the toolbar opens to the 'right' and invades the right screen. (see attached screen capture)

If Firefox is opened in a window inside the right screen, it proeprly recognises the right edge of the screen as the limit and acts accordingly.

This is quite a problem for me: I make intensive use of the toolbar with bookmarks inside folders and subfolders and this heavily affects my everyday work.

Is there a way to get back to how it used to be? ie: Firefox using the right edge of the screen it is opened in as the limit to open a drop down menu.

Thanks in advance,

S.

Asked by sawbona1 1 week ago

Last reply by jscher2000 7 hours ago

Hidden files

I play cards at cardzmania.com using Firefox. If I exit Firefox and reload it, cardzmania remembers exactly where I was. Formerly, I could stop this by clearing the cac… (read more)

I play cards at cardzmania.com using Firefox. If I exit Firefox and reload it, cardzmania remembers exactly where I was. Formerly, I could stop this by clearing the cache files at c:/users/user_name/AppData/Local/Temp andc:/users/user_name/AppData/Local/Mozilla. This no longer works. Even if I use Privazer to clear temporary Internet files, cardzmania remembers me.

In short, Mozilla is storing user data in a file I can't find and empty.

This disturbs me.

I'm not terribly concerned about cardzmania taking over my computer for nefarious purposes or spying on me, but the inability to find and delete files that permit cardzmania to remember who I am means other programs could do the same.

Asked by etienne53 8 hours ago

Last reply by FredMcD 7 hours ago

An error occurred: SSL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_VERSION_ALERT

When I am trying to search something on a search bar, it won't let me to do that using google search engine. When I am opening the network tab I can see An error occurred… (read more)

When I am trying to search something on a search bar, it won't let me to do that using google search engine. When I am opening the network tab I can see An error occurred: SSL_ERROR_PROTOCOL_VERSION_ALERT error message.

Then I tried to change these settings https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1222439 but won't help.

Asked by KVM 7 hours ago

Last reply by FredMcD 7 hours ago

What the hell is going on with Firefox?

For the past two days, maybe due to a Firefox "upgrade", not only have I lost all my saved tabs but Firefox does NOT restore my tabs and does NOT allow me to "restore pr… (read more)

For the past two days, maybe due to a Firefox "upgrade", not only have I lost all my saved tabs but Firefox does NOT restore my tabs and does NOT allow me to "restore previous sessions".

What is going on?

I am not happy about this as I typically have 20+ tabs open to do my work .It takes me at least 10 min to restore most of my tabs manually.

Please explain.

Alain Braux

Asked by alainbraux 1 day ago

Last reply by FredMcD 7 hours ago

Shadowing (my term) problem with FF ever since I installed upgrade to Ver. 90.0.1

I've been through every setting in FF numerous time and no matter what combination I use the shadowing shown below in the graphic continues. I've used other browsers and… (read more)

I've been through every setting in FF numerous time and no matter what combination I use the shadowing shown below in the graphic continues. I've used other browsers and programs and FF is the only place where it occurs. Can I please get some tech support help? Please?

Asked by gruff 13 hours ago

Last reply by FredMcD 7 hours ago

PIP goes behind window when clicked

I'm using Firefox 90.0.2 on Manjaro and I have an issue regarding Picture-in-Picture mode. Whenever I put a video into PIP, the second I click on another window, be it fi… (read more)

I'm using Firefox 90.0.2 on Manjaro and I have an issue regarding Picture-in-Picture mode. Whenever I put a video into PIP, the second I click on another window, be it firefox itself or any other program, the PIP window will move behind that program's window.

I use PIP all the time on Windows but I've never experienced this issue. It only happens on Manjaro.

Asked by adamjeeshabbar 9 hours ago

Last reply by cor-el 8 hours ago

Primary email is not my account email - can't change it

I tried to update my primary email, but it said it was already associated with my account -- even though it wasn't displayed. I added a secondary email and made that pri… (read more)

I tried to update my primary email, but it said it was already associated with my account -- even though it wasn't displayed. I added a secondary email and made that primary, hoping it would then allow me to add my main email and then swap them. But it still said the main one was already associated (even though it's not shown). I only have two email addresses. I don't want the secondary one to be the primary one. But I can't add it or edit them. Clues?

Asked by janbrownell 1 month ago

Last reply by jack4075 8 hours ago