To manage website permissions in Firefox, follow these steps:
- Open Firefox, and click on the menu button (three horizontal lines) at the top-right corner of the browser window.
- From the drop-down menu, select "Options."
- In the options menu, click on the "Privacy & Security" tab on the left-hand side.
- Scroll down to the "Permissions" section.
- To manage individual website permissions, click on the "Settings" button next to the respective permission type such as "Location," "Camera," "Microphone," "Notifications," and so on.
- A dialog box will appear with a list of websites that have requested permission for that particular feature. Here, you can allow or block individual websites by clicking the corresponding toggle switch. You can also remove any previously saved permissions by selecting the website and clicking the "Remove Website" button.
- To manage more general permissions like pop-ups, cookies, and redirections, scroll further down in the "Permissions" section and click on the "Settings" button next to the respective permission type.
- Adjust the settings according to your preferences.
By following these steps, you can manage and customize the website permissions in Firefox to control what each website can access or do while you browse.