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Please update for Firefox Quantum!!
Its Simply Awesome! I have tested with Firefox version 55. I need more help on this. Its not compatible with the latest Firefox Quantum version (59)? Is there any workaround for this to get it worked with latest version.
Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!
Effectively ignores any X-Frame headers, including those of SAMEORIGIN.
Since you stated that you are no longer developing for Firefox, can I have your permission to use your code, and port this Add-On to a WebExtension?
Hi noamparn, of course you can! But please also be aware that the Chrome Ignore X-Frame headers might also work with just a few tweaks, although I haven't looked in to it.
Works well for me. Registered just to say thank you. Much appreciated.
Any chance for a white list to be added so user may choose which domains are allowed to ignore x-frame-options (localhost for me)? Anyway, thanks for the Add-on!
Hi tlj, thanks for effort, I appreciate it. I'm not planning to add a whitelist in the near future, as it would demand quite some time. I'm not that familiar with writing Firefox add-ons. Also, for me it's not so clear in which situation such a feature would be useful. Perhaps you could elaborate on that?
I used this extension to fix the WalmartOne website which is using this HTTP header to effectively block access to employee schedules from every browser except Google Chrome since Google Chrome is the only one of the "big four" browsers that doesn't support the |x-frame-options| header's |allow-from| directive. Disabling the header entirely disables the site's security restrictions that inexplicably apply to every browser except Chrome.
Works great in Firefox 50, for c9.io !
Useful for using Piwik's Overlay mode for websites using this header.
Don't work for FF 49.0.1 :-(
Hi OUBRECHT.com, as mentioned to A B, the addon is working fine, but perhaps you've installed or updated another addon which is now interfering. Could you test this by disabling any new or recently updated addons and let me know if the problem still exists? If it works, then could you let me know which addon was interfering?
I added Seamonkey's identifier to your install.rdf file, installed it the latest Seamonkey stable build, and it works PERFECTLY! You're AWESOME!
Hi, I'm a student, recntly came across this iframe options and tried to use it with sme site bt didnt work out. Your add-on made it possible to open those sites. Can you give me some valuable tips on how to overcome the X-Frame options without using an add-on?
Hi, thanks for the review. Unfortunately all (major) browsers respect the x-frame option headers, so it can only be disabled by using add-ons.
Works well in Firefox 45.
I took this for test drive and in particular I wanted to fix a problem with https://client01.chat.mibbit.com. It is an IRC web client that will preview URL in chat in an iframe but some sites block this preview triggering console message "Load denied by X-Frame-Options:...". This add on did change me seeing blank iframe to a message "Blocked by Content Security Policy". The result is still not a preview. I am also wanting something that white lists domains as this is not click-jacking case I don't see having X-Frame-Option disabled globally is a good idea. Perhaps disabling it only when white listed domains are in the active tab would be a better solution. Would it be possibly for future versions to address these issues?
Works like a charm (Firefox 42.0)