Blog Websites Not Fully Loading on Mozilla Firefox| General FAQs & Mozilla Firefox Helpline Number

Is your Firefox is not displaying the header that contains “New Post” and “Sign In/Out” links? Then you are at the right post. Some common issues users face with their Mozilla Firefox browser are:

“I’m running FF 53.0.3 portable. I’ve done a complete reinstall of FF and I’m still having the same problem, virtually any website that is part of blogspot.com will not finish loading. I’ve disabled all extensions, disabled my antivirus, and everything else. I tried the no proxy thing also. I then tried Microsoft Edge and they loaded correctly. Sometimes they’ll load right away. Sometimes I can hit the back button followed by the forward button and then they’ll load. But mostly they’ll just keep spinning and won’t load.”

Blog Websites Not Fully Loading on Mozilla Firefox

These are the words of one frustrated customer. Your Mozilla browser not loading issues can have many reasons. In this post we are giving you the tips & solution steps to resolve your Firefox browser not loading issues yourself at home. If you are facing any other problem, please call Mozilla Firefox Support Number and discuss your issue with our customer care team.

Tips & Solution Steps to Avoid Firefox Not Loading Issues

Given below are some basic tips that you must follow to avoid Firefox loading issues:

Disable Web Shield on Antivirus

First of all make sure you have disabled web shield protection on your working antivirus. If you are using any antivirus, go into Web Shield and disable HTTPS Scanning.

Clean Reinstall

It’s not about removing your settings but to make sure the program files are clean (no inconsistent or alien code files). This process does not disturb your existing settings and it’s not essential to uninstall Firefox. The process will just take a few minutes. Having email issues with your Thunderbird? Call toll free for Mozilla Thunderbird Email Support and get instant solution anytime anywhere.

Below we have listed step by step troubleshooting guide to help you rectify the Mozilla loading issues without any external help:

STEP 1: Download a fresh installer for Firefox to a convenient location. You can choose between:

Regular version for Windows 7-10 (54.0.1)

“Windows” version is standard 32-bit version, which is generally recommended; to take advantage of more memory, you could switch to the 64-bit version.

Extended Support Release for Windows XP-10 (52.2.1esr)

Windows (32-bit) runs legacy plugins that ran in Firefox 51; 64-bit runs Flash and Silverlight.

STEP 2: Exit out of Firefox (if applicable).

Now exit your firefox and check if it is working fine now.

STEP 3: Using Windows Explorer/My Computer, rename the program folder as follows:

64-bit Windows users with 32-bit Firefox should Rename their program folder as:

  • C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox
  • C:\Program Files (x86)\OldFirefox
  • Other Windows configurations: Rename
  • C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox
  • C:\Program Files\OldFirefox

STEP 4:  Run the installer you downloaded in step 1. It should automatically connect to your existing settings.

Some less used files may exist only in that Old Firefox folder, so it is suggested to retain them for a few days in case we need to go looking for something in there.

Check if the issue gets any improvement? If not, dial our toll free Mozilla Firefox helpline number mentioned below.

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Best Mozilla Firefox Customer Support

If you still can’t connect to your website using Mozilla browser, we recommend you to dial Mozilla Firefox Tech Support Number 1-800-358-0071. Our expert team will help you Download, setup, and install Browser in Mac, laptop and PC. We provide all Browser Help for Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Safari and internet explorer to Troubleshoot Error by best Mozilla Firefox Customer Support.

Just note down our toll free number for US, UK & AU 1-800-358-0071 (US), +44 -800-046-5700 (UK), +61-1800-769-903 (AU)

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