Posted by Patrick Nicolas on April 9th, 2019

Mozilla Firefox is a smart web browser just like other browsers. It has many advantages as compared to the others. It is lightweight, fast and performs great on any platform. There are various features like add-ons, ad-blockers and supports high-resolution games too. Firefox is preferred by many users across the world because it does not trouble the users in any sense. Although it works well sometimes there occur problems in pages being loaded on the browser. If you have also encountered this problem at any time and are looking for a perfect solution then you must refer to this article for further consideration. You can also opt to avail Firefox Help.

What are the reasons behind Firefox not loading pages – 

  • Any security software blocking the access
  • The page you want to access is blocked
  • There might be no proper internet connection
  • You can be using an outdated version of Firefox

Fixing Firefox not loading through simple options – 


Disable the security software

Just disable the security software in your device that is conflicting with the working of the browser. Firewall, antivirus, and other programs block the secure connection to some websites. Go to the settings of security software and disable the software.
Modify the Firefox connection settings – 
You can also change the settings of connection so as to fix the issue of Firefox not connecting. Click the menu button and choose options, go to network proxy sections in general panel. Click settings and change the proxy settings.
Change the IP Settings
In the address bar, type config and press enter. When you follow the first step, a warning will appear, click accept and then enter the network disable IP, close the settings once done.
Clear cookies and cache in the browser – 
When Firefox does not load pages then you need to clear the cache and cookies that gets accumulated in the browser resulting in performance issues. Click on the three horizontal lines, select the library > history, and clear recent history and set the time range to clear to everything.
Remove troubles add-ons –
The extensions you have recently added to your browser might be causing troubles in loading the pages. Go to settings, click on add-ons and find the faulty extensions or plugin section. Click on remove button and restart your Firefox to save changes.
Update Mozilla to the latest version
It can be possible that you are looking for the fault in settings and the browser is outdated, so the next thing you must do is to make sure that the Firefox is updated. You can go to options and check for updates in the general section. Download the update if it is available.

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