Mozilla Firefox won't load Google websites, bug fixed.

Mozilla Firefox won't load Google websites, bug fixed.

Some people can't load web pages on Mozilla Firefox, but there's a workaround for the issue.

What you need to know
  • Mozilla Firefox isn't loading websites for some users.
  • The problem causes an infinite loading loop and Firefox to not load any web pages.
  • There isn't a permanent fix for the issue yet, but there is a workaround that will work in some cases.

Mozilla Firefox has an issue that prevents websites from loading at the moment. Those affected by the bug will see an infinite loading loop on tabs and the browser failing to load any pages. The browser's implementation of HTTP3 appears to be the root of the problem. While there isn't a permanent fix from Mozilla for the bug, there is a workaround that will help in some cases.

Since HTTP3 is related to the issue, you can simply disable it. This shouldn't affect the browsing experience much as there aren't many websites that require HTTP3 right now.

You can disable HTTP3 by following these steps:

  1. Open Firefox.
  2. Type about:config in the address bar.
  3. Select Accept the Risk and Continue.
  4. Type network.http.http3.enabled in the configuration's text bar
  5. Change the setting for network.http.http3.enabled to "false" by clicking the icon on the right.
  6. Restart Firefox.


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