Anyone else no longer able to click the WebAdvisor icon in the top right hand corner of Firefox to receive the Site Report for the site you're at? I know the downwards arrow next to it gives you the option 'View Site Report', but is this change intentional, or a glitch?
Also. why do searches in Internet Explorer not show ratings icons, or give you the option of reading the Site Report, either in the search engine results or when you enter the site?
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All still seems to be functioning properly for me in Firefox? Are you saying that the wording (View Site Report) is no longer there?
As for the changes\lack of features in Internet Explorer 11, please read: https://service.mcafee.com/webcenter/portal/cp/home/articleview?locale=en-US&art icleId=TS102584
I might add that all changes are due to Microsoft tending to be more stringent in regards to Add-ons\Extensions in Internet Explorer, similar to the Edge browser in Windows 10.
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For example intentionally type\mispell Ebay (ebdy.com) in your address bar, and notice the prompt you get.
Yes I find that too. This page for instance, the icon is showing OK and is unclickable. But if I click just to the right of it, a little popup occurs offering "View site report" or "Options" - they work.
Actually Mate I should clarify. Same as you and PK in the fact nothing occurs when clicking on the Icon itself. In addition clicking to the right reveals 'View Site Report'\Options. And both of them are functional.
Righto! Was clickable before, just wondered why it had changed.
It's no real big deal, as the option is there when you click that arrow, as you have all observed.
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