How to Disable Firefox Webpage Redirection Warning Alert

by on April 14th, 2009

Browsers warnings can be quite annoying. Specially when you want to work fast wanting to be not nagged by irritating warnings and alerts. Modern security schemes in browsers, operating systems and anti-viruses tend to just alert you or warn you about anything or everything you are going to do. When you are installing a software, I don not see any need for operating system to ask you to proceed or quit. I mean you are willingly installing that software or running a setup. Anyways, there comes an alert or warning in Firefox when page is being redirected or reloading. You can disable that alert warning by following these simple steps.

  • Start your Firefox
  • Click on Tools -> Options -> Advanced
  • Uncheck “Warn me when Websites Try to Redirect or Reload page”
  • Click Ok and Restart your Firefox
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  1. Hiroshi says:

    @Scott: I stuck with viruses often. Its like inevitable. You got PC, it will get virus for sure. The above setting for firefox is not recommended though. You are right.

  2. Scott says:

    You’ve obviously never had a virus try to download files without your consent.