Firefox doesn’t let you disable website notifications altogether from its regular Settings window. To change this setting or disable notification on Mozilla Firefox, you’ll need to configure in Firefox’s hidden page
The Configuration Editor (about:config page) lists Firefox settings known as preferences that are read from the
user.js files in the Firefox profile and from application defaults. This tutorial demonstrates step by step how to disable notification on Mozilla Firefox
Let see the example first web notification push on the browser, you can “Block” and “Allow”
Step 1: Turn off in Config Mode
To change this setting, you’ll need to set up on the Firefox’s hidden page
- Type about:config in the address bar and press enter.
- Click on I accept the risk.
- Type “notifications” in the Search bar.
- Find and double-click on dom.webnotifications.enabled.
- Double click will now be changed to false, indicating that website notifications have been disabled.
Step 2: Setting Notifications Permission
If you’ve already allowed the website to send notifications in the browser, you can configure it by going to Firefox’s Settings page.
- Go to Firefox > Preferences.
- Click Privacy & Security from the sidebar.
- Click the Settings button beside Notifications.
- Here, you should see the list of websites that have requested to send you notifications. On “Status” column you can click Allow or Deny or if you no longer need you can Remove All Webstes
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