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Download Firefox 70

Firefox is just getting better day by day. And soon we will be seeing Firefox Browser 70.0 version getting released to public.

List of features for Firefox 70

List of features for Firefox 70

  • Firefox can now suggest securely generated passwords from the context menu and autocomplete (on supported sites). Secure Password Generation
  • The password manager interface (about:logins) was entirely redesigned based on the Firefox Lockwise extension.
  • Aliased theme properties have been removed, which may affect some themes.
  • The Firefox Accounts toolbar menu has been updated and reorganised to give faster access to account features and services.
  • One of the most amazing features of Firefox 70 is the ability to pause on DOM mutation in the debugger. Once a DOM mutation breakpoint is set, you’ll see it listed under “DOM Mutation Breakpoints” in the right-hand pane of the Debugger; this is also where you’ll see breaks reported. Pausing DOM mutation in the debugger
  • One of the other amazing features of Firefox 70 which is related to the developer console is - Inactive CSS rules indicator in rules panel.

    Inactive CSS properties in the Rules view of the Page Inspector are now colored gray and have an information icon displayed next to them. The properties are technically valid, but won’t have any effect on the element. When you hover over the info icon, you’ll see a useful message about why the CSS is not being applied, including a hint about how to fix the problem and a “Learn more” link for more information.

    For example, in this case our grid-auto-columns property is inactive because we are trying to apply it to an element that is not a grid container:

    Inactive CSS rules

Here is a list of features that will be deprecated in Firefox 70. Also Mozilla called Firefox 70 as a Bountiful relase for all

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Published Date: 13th September 2019 Updated Date : 23rd October 2019

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Satvik Jagannath

Satvik Jagannath

Mozilla Rep and Tech & Data Enthusiast

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