Geolocation settings in Mozilla Firefox
Configure access settings for individual sites
A warning appears at the top of the page when a site asks for your location. Configure geolocation settings:
- To let the site determine your location, click Always report location.
- To let the site determine your location until you relaunch your browser, click Report location.
- If you don't want to let the site determine your location until you relaunch the browser, click .
- To block requests from this site to determine your location: click Never report location.
- If you want to decide later, choose Not now.
Change access settings for a specific site
- Go to the site.
- If the browser menu doesn't display, click Alt.
- Choose Tools → Information about page.
- Under the Permissions choose the setting Know your location.
Configure access settings for all sites
- Enter the command about:config in the browser's address bar.
- In the window that appears, click I'll be careful, I promise!.
- Enter geo.enabled in the Search line.
- To allow location to be determined for all sites, right-click
and choose Toggle.
To not allow location to be determined for all sites, right-click “default” and choose Toggle.