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Open the Firefox web browser on your PC and click on the search bar at the top of your browser.
Type about:config in the search bar and press ENTER from your keyboard.
Click on the Accept the Risk and Continue button.
However, workarounds do exist for Android devices. Firefox on Android allows you to apply Add-ons to your browser. These Add-ons have the ability to alter Firefox settings that are normally not accessible to users.
Open the Firefox web browser from your Android device.
Tap the 3-dot icon near the bottom-left corner of your screen.
Scroll down and locate the NoScript Security Suite Add-on. Tap the + icon next to it.
Wait for the download and verification process to finish.
Tap Okay, Got it.
Note: You can also apply this Add-on in private browsing by tapping the “Allow in private browsing” checkbox.
The Add-on is now installed.
Now Tap NoScript.
Tap the wrench icon on the right of the green reload option.
You can see that the default settings have the script option disabled.
Let’s see how to find and use this option on your Android device.
Open Firefox Focus from your Android device.
Tap the 3-dot icon near the upper-right corner of your screen.
Tap Privacy & Security.
It looks quite old school.
Tap Add to Firefox.
Note: You can also allow this extension to run in Private Windows by clicking the checkbox in the pop-up.
Step #02: Check the extension’s settings
Open Firefox web browser on your PC and click on the hamburger icon (3 horizontal lines) near the top-right corner of your browser window.
Click Add-ons and themes.
Click the extension icon on the left side of your browser window.
Make sure your settings match the ones described in the picture below. If not, change the settings accordingly.
Note: However, feel free to modify these settings according to your own preferences.
1. Open Google Chrome.
2. In the upper-right corner, click the. icon.
3. On the drop-down menu that appears, tap the Settings option.
4. Under the Advanced section, tap Site settings.
1. go to Tools.
2. then Internet Options…
3. select the Security tab.
4. press the Custom Level button.
5. scroll down to Scripting.
6. enable Active Scripting.
It’s a small percentage of people who have JS disabled, so in my opinion, it’s nothing to tear your hair out either. If your site can’t function without it (some major sites can’t), just throw a NoScript message up telling them to enable it.
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