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FireFox 3.5.3 Blocking Web Sites...

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#1 Ghpr57


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Posted 21 October 2009 - 03:57 PM

I need help please. I just installed FireFox 3.5.3. This is the first time I used a browser other then IE. I having trouble trying to figure out how to block out web sites with FF. I have a 19yo son who likes to go to sites I don't want him going to on the family computer. With IE8 I just used my "Internet Options">content, to block sites. With FF I can't find the same kind of option. I really like FF over IE8, and I don't want to go back to IE8, I just need to know how to block sites so my son wont "Porn-up" my computer. (My son's not very computer savvy, so I'm not worried about him "over-riding" my blocking. He never was able to "un-block" any of the block sites in IE8.)
Thanks for any help anybody can give me.
Ghpr57 :thumbsup:
BTW: I'm running WindowsXP SP3, ZoneAlarm F/W, avast! A/V, and ThreatFire.

Edited by Ghpr57, 21 October 2009 - 03:59 PM.

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