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embedded content wont load on third party website

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There is a site I visit which embeds stock charts from tradingview.com

I can view any chart directly at tradingview.com but I can't view them when they are embedded at this site: https://www.edumomo.com/blog/2020/07/09/stock-market-watchlist-for-09-july-2020/

I've tried in private browsing since that eliminates any possible conflict with extensions but it doesnt work either.

I've updated firefox and it doesnt make a difference.

I don't know what else to do, I'd rather not have to switch browsers.

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Hi,

I was able to duplicate your problem when I set Firefox to Block 3rd Party Cookies.

Tools --> Options --> Privacy and Security -->Enhanced Tracking Protection. If you have set to Strict, or if you use Custom and have cookies set to block All 3rd party cookies you can get the screen you have submitted.

Try changing cookies to 'Cross-site and media trackers. When you make that change, you will have to press the button 'Reload all Tabs'.

That allows my version to view the page properly.

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Hi,

I was able to duplicate your problem when I set Firefox to Block 3rd Party Cookies.

Tools --> Options --> Privacy and Security -->Enhanced Tracking Protection. If you have set to Strict, or if you use Custom and have cookies set to block All 3rd party cookies you can get the screen you have submitted.

Try changing cookies to 'Cross-site and media trackers. When you make that change, you will have to press the button 'Reload all Tabs'.

That allows my version to view the page properly.

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Thank you! It was custom. Don't ever remember doing that but I must have at some point.

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Note that in such a case it is usually sufficient to create a cookie allow exception for the involved domain. You can check this via the right-click context menu in the Inspector.
In this case it works for me if i create an allow for session exception for "https://s.tradingview.com".

  • Options/Preferences -> Privacy & Security
    Cookies and Site Data: "Manage Permissions"

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