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Thread: How to filter Web Content in Firefox?

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    How to filter Web Content in Firefox?

    Hey i am looking for a tools that will filter the Web content from producing unwanted content on the Webpage. I want manage my browser to block the content that i wish to as well as the site. So if any one have then idea about the "How to filter Web Content in Firefox?" can step ahead and help me with the same. Thank you

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    Re: How to filter Web Content in Firefox?

    "ProCon Latte" is the extension of the Mozilla Firefox which will make the content filter from the browser and make the safe search. All you have to do is to install this on your browser and make the entry of the content and save them. So when next time when you will surf on the browser this will not display the content that you don't want to see.

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    Re: How to filter Web Content in Firefox?

    ProCon is a content filter for the Firefox browser. It can filter any kind of material (pornography, gambling, hacking, cracking, etc...), it can also block all traffic, making sure that only desired websites (set in the Whitelist) can be accessed, and includes a profanity filter, all *like* a parental control filter. ProCon also has password protection in order to keep *others* from changing the settings.

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    Re: How to filter Web Content in Firefox?

    This is really working extension developed by the Firefox that work great. It will be safe for the other user on your computer not to view the restricted content. This also block the site if you mention the name of the same in the Wishlist of this add on. This extension filter web pages containing explicit content based on text on websites. Thanks

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    Re: How to filter Web Content in Firefox?

    After the installation of the same just enter the setting of the ProCon Latte and make the list of the content as well as the Website that you wish to block. You can also allow the content which you wish to from the Whitelist tab. This extension is very useful and must have for the user of the Firefox specially for the children. So download it and enjoy it.

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    Re: How to filter Web Content in Firefox?

    This add on will not work with the preversion of Firefox which are released before version 2.0.0. So if you are running the older version and want install this then you have to upgrade to the new version. To download this extension all you have to do is to go to the Mozilla Firefox extension page and ask for the same by internal search. If found then click on the Add to Firefox button followed by Install button. Thats all!!!!

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    Andrew22 Guest

    Re: How to filter Web Content in Firefox?

    Once you have downloaded and installed the extension, the best place to start is by adjusting the options for ProCon Latte to best suit you and your family’s needs.

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    jackportd Guest

    Re: How to filter Web Content in Firefox?

    Hi,
    Someone may have turned on the Parental Controls in Windows. Go to the control panel and check the Parental Controls panel. If it is on, you'll have to find the person who set the password to get them to unlock it.
    Alternately, if that isn't the problem, try loading IE and / or installing Google Chrome to see if those browsers work. If they do, try uninstalling and reinstalling Firefox. If that doesn't fix it, and you haven't installed some other parental control (I'm not sure if eset nod32 comes in a suite with parental controls), you may have to use IE or Chrome or another browser until the next time you need to reinstall Windows, which will fix it.

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