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when using Firefox, I continually run into a "subscribe" prompt on major newspapers websites.. Specifically on Baltimore Sun and Washington Post. This happens about once every 25 times with Windows but about every time with Firefox....... anything I can do so I can stick with the firefox browser ???

when using Firefox, I continually run into a "subscribe" prompt on major newspapers websites.. Specifically on Baltimore Sun and Washington Post. This happens about once every 25 times with Windows but about every time with Firefox....... anything I can do so I can stick with the firefox browser ???

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How is this being displayed, a pop-up?

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Adblock Plus Pop-up Addon {web link} Adblock Plus Pop-up Addon extends the blocking functionality of Adblock Plus to those annoying pop-up windows that open on mouse clicks and other user actions.

Forum; Adblock Plus Homepage {web link}

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no, its more of a "redirect" of the browser to a subscribe page when I click on an article. added the adblcok, but no success. again...both major newspapers in my area Balt/Wash seem to allow the windows browser but go immediately to the redirect to subscribe page with firefox.....

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Please post the links you were trying to use.

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Are you blocking cookies? Often sites remember that they already annoyed you with an overlay or interstitial page by setting a cookie so they don't do it again and again.

This article describes how to set Firefox cookie preferences for maximum compatibility: Websites say cookies are blocked - Unblock them

If you are using the new tracking protection feature, that also might be a factor -- not enough tracking! See: What happened to Tracking Protection?

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For me the Washington Post website allows 5 "free" article views per day and then it asks me to sign-in or subscribe. Never read the Baltimore Sun.

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It seems likely this is not a Firefox issue, but rather you are running up against a paywall.