das verstehe ich ehrlich gesagt nicht so ganz.
Meinst Du beim "neu" anlegen eines Lesezeichens? Was wäre der Sinn dahinter?
Oder meinst Du bei bereits angelegten Lesezeichen? Da ist doch die URL vorhanden, wenn man auf "Bearbeiten" geht:
In Chrome and Chromium Edge, you click "more" to be able to edit the URL. In Vivaldi, it's shown and editable right away.
I find it useful when bookmarking amazon pages that contain session info or when bookmarking youtube pages where I want to remove &list= and or continue_time= etc. Good for Google search result pages too.
"Opera has blacklisted one of your extensions, and we've blocked it for your safety. Go to the extensions manager for more details."
You will see them in the Extensions Manager (Ctrl+Shift+E) as follows:
@cratte said in Opera Browser: "Blocked insecure content" - What is it? How to see?:
@blackbird71 thank you very much
I use Addon "Smart HTTPS" for secure browsing.
But Opera will also protect me from this threat?
Smart HTTPS only attempts to cause all browser connections to be https "if available"... if the server for the http URL doesn't have an https option, Smart HTTPS allows the connection to continue as http. That means a malicious http server that refuses the https attempt will be allowed to pass data to/from your browser via the http protocol. Hence, little or no protection is afforded for embedded http calls in an https website's scripting. Opera provides the warning block to prevent such an http access from an https-site's script.
@cratte There isn't but the author of the topic or anyone else can always indicate what solution solved the problem, so others can benefit from it.
Usually solved threads are closed to avoid confusion.