Firefox users may encounter issues when trying to load websites, such as their tabs spinning forever.
This could be due to Firefox's cache, the connection being interrupted, or the website itself.
To report sites that don't work correctly in Firefox, users should go to https://webcompat.com/
, or if they see performance issues, regressions etc they should go directly to http://bugzilla.mozilla.org.
The iOS version of Firefox is not affected by the bug, as its underlying rendering engine is WebKit.
This article provides troubleshooting tips for users who are having trouble getting websites to load in Firefox. It explains that the problem may be related to Firefox's cache, the connection being interrupted, or the website itself. It also provides solutions to other problems such as a proxy server, a missing page, or a website not loading properly.
Websites don't load - troubleshoot and fix error messages | Firefox Help
Firefox has recently encountered a bug that prevents users from loading any website, causing them to see their tabs spin forever. The workaround to the bug is to disable HTTP3 loading entirely in Firefox, which is not required to browse the modern web. The iOS version of Firefox is not affected by the bug, as its underlying rendering engine is WebKit, as Apple does not allow third-party browsers to use their own engines for security reasons.
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