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Is it possible to hide a website from suggestions in the address bar permanently without deleting any data (history, cookies, passwords, etc.)?

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I would like to hide a specific website from my search suggestions in the address bar permanently. I have read https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/remove-websites-awesome-bar-suggestions, but these either don't work permanently or remove everything about the website. I want to be able to continue using the site normally but not have it show up in the address bar when I type something in. Is this possible?

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Not really. You would have to access these websites always in a Private Browsing mode window to prevent creating history items and you also shouldn't bookmark these websites in the Bookmarks Manager (Library), but use other ways (a bookmark could be a bookmarklet that opens the page via JavaScript).