The User Agent Manager enables you to spoof your browser's HTTP User Agent. The first lines of code for this feature were written by HJ back in 2000. He also used parts of it as a proposal for a Mozilla bug back in early 2001. His original work (everything else is just a copy) and most importantly the rising popularity of Mozilla Firefox, enables us to visit sites that otherwise blocked Mozilla browsers. For example, a website (eg some banks) may still not allow you to access their site at all, or parts of it, unless you are using an "approved" browser, usually Internet Explorer.
The following page jumps are available:
The screenshots on this page are reduced in size and have a limited quality; they are provided as examples only and may vary from release to release. Please note that other operating systems and browser themes might also affect the layout and colors.
Note: do not block mozdev.org in the Permisson Manager's (script category) or you won't be able to install software!
Error -103 (Invalid Anchor Used)
You used an invalid or no longer supported page jump (anchor).
Only the following page jumps are available: