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How to Turn Off JavaScript in Firefox

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It’s possible that you’ll have to disable JavaScript at some point during the development process or for security reasons. It is possible to disable JavaScript in Firefox for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android, just as it is possible to do so in Chrome and other browsers.

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How to Turn Off JavaScript in Firefox

The process of disabling JavaScript in Firefox should take no more than a few minutes at most, regardless of whether or not you are comfortable with using Firefox’s settings. Before you start using Firefox, check that you have the most recent version loaded on your computer by going to the Firefox website.

1. Simply entering “about:config” into the address bar will allow you to configure Firefox.

2. Pick the one with the blue background. When you are comfortable with the potential consequences, proceed by clicking the Continue button.

How to Turn Off JavaScript in Firefox

3. Simply enter javascript.enabled into the website’s search bar, which may be found at the very top of the page.

4. To make the javascript.enabled property’s value read “false,” you must first pick the toggle that is positioned to the right of the property.

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