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

  1. Go to the site.
  2. If the browser menu doesn't display, click Alt.
  3. Choose ToolsInformation about page.
  4. Under the Permissions choose the setting Know your location.

Configure access settings for all sites

  1. Enter the command about:config in the browser's address bar.
  2. In the window that appears, click I'll be careful, I promise!.
  3. Enter geo.enabled in the Search line.
  4. To allow location to be determined for all sites, right-click “user set” and choose Toggle.

    To not allow location to be determined for all sites, right-click “default” and choose Toggle.