Enable/Disable Push Notifications in FireFox Browser

Firefox can deliver on-screen notifications even when that site is not loaded. Using the Push API, a W3C standard, Firefox receives a push message and can show notifications (if permitted by the user) at any time. Sites can also use Push to update data in the background even without showing you a notification. If you already gave permission to a site to send notifications, the site will also be able to use the Push API. You can choose whether or not to give permission for a specific website by following these instructions:

  1. Click the padlock icon in the address bar.
  2. Click the arrow in the Site Information drop-down panel.
  3. Click More information in the next panel to bring up the Page Info Window
  4. Click the Permissions tab.
  5. Under Send Notifications, choose a notification option: Always Ask, Allow, or Block. If your choices are grayed out, deselect the Use Default checkbox.

Alternatively, you can:

  1. Click the menu button and select Options.
  2. Click Privacy & Security from the left pane.
  3. Scroll to the Permissions section.
  4. Click the Settings... button to the right of Notifications.
  5. Select Allow or Block from the Status drop-down for any of the websites.
  6. Click the Save Changes button.


Follow the steps, as shown in the image.


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