Popups are the windows that open on your screen automatically without your permission while you are visiting a certain website. Firefox allows managing popups. Blocking popups may trouble you as some sites like banking websites use pop-ups for implementing important features. So allowing some site to pop-up and block popups for the rest would be a better option. So let us take a tour of allowing, blocking pop-ups in Mozilla Firefox. Lets us start with the steps for How to allow and block Pop-ups in Mozilla Firefox?
Steps to allow and block Pop-ups in Mozilla Firefox:
Step 1: Open Mozilla Firefox on your screen and click on the Open menu button present at the top right corner of your browser’s window. Among the popped menu click on the Options button.
Step 2: A new Options tab will be opened in the same window, and by default, it would display the General panel. Click on the Content panel from the menu present at the left side of the window.
Step 3: In the Content panel under Pop-ups section uncheck the Block pop-up windows to allow the popups.
To block pop-ups follow step 1 and 2 as shown above. After step 2, switch to step 4 and continue.
Step 4: To block the popups checkmark the Block pop-up windows checkbox present under Pop-ups section of the Content panel, this will enable Exceptions button.
Step 5: Click on the Exceptions button under Pop-ups section.
Step 6: An Allowed Sites – Popups window will open. Here, you can specify some sites for which you want to allow popups, keeping pop-ups blocked for rest of the sites.
Specify the site for which you want to allow popup, under Address of website box and click Allow.
Below this you can see the list of sites for which popups are allowed, you can remove the sites from here by using Remove Site button or Remove All Sites button.
Save all the modification you have done using Save Changes Button.
Close the Options tab to save all the changes that you have done in the Content panel.
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