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How do I stop download of website images?

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It's the first time I've installed Firefox for Android. Don't see how I can block web page images and just grab the text content. Thanks for your time.

Выбранное решение

You actually can set the same preference under the covers that you would use on Firefox for desktop: permissions.default.image. Here's where/how:

(1) Open a new tab to about:config (type about:config in the Awesomebar and tap the go arrow or tap Enter).

You may want to bookmark this for easier future access.

(2) In the search box, type perm and pause while Firefox filters the list

(3) Scroll down to permissions.default.image and tap it, then use the up arrow icon (^) to change the value from 1 to 2 (from "allow all" to "block all").

If you switch back to your other tab and load a new page, the images should be missing (assuming they are not cached).

Success?

If there is an add-on for this (I haven't checked) that might be easier in case you find a site where you want the images because it's a hassle to switch back and forth using about:config.

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Выбранное решение

You actually can set the same preference under the covers that you would use on Firefox for desktop: permissions.default.image. Here's where/how:

(1) Open a new tab to about:config (type about:config in the Awesomebar and tap the go arrow or tap Enter).

You may want to bookmark this for easier future access.

(2) In the search box, type perm and pause while Firefox filters the list

(3) Scroll down to permissions.default.image and tap it, then use the up arrow icon (^) to change the value from 1 to 2 (from "allow all" to "block all").

If you switch back to your other tab and load a new page, the images should be missing (assuming they are not cached).

Success?

If there is an add-on for this (I haven't checked) that might be easier in case you find a site where you want the images because it's a hassle to switch back and forth using about:config.