Mozilla plans to hide the HTTPS and WWW parts of the web address in the list of suggestions displayed by Firefox web browser when users type in the address bar of the browser. So far, the results of all the displayed URLs still show the complete protocol and address, as shown in the figure:
And starting with Firefox 75, Firefox will no longer display HTTPS or WWW by default. That is, when the user starts typing, the browser automatically hides information in the address bar. However, this does not affect the display of active sites in the address bar.
The current Firefox 75 recommendations available on nightly channel are as follows:
For this change, Mozilla does （适合； 相当） fitOther browsers, especially Chrome, also hide information and say they do so to improve readability.
Firefox users can now restore changes to restore the recommended classic display in the address bar. The operation steps are as follows:
Load about: config in the address bar of the web browser
Be careful when you receive a warning page
Set value to false
The value is set to False to disable address trimming in the address bar, and the user can restore the default value at any time by setting the value again to True.
In addition, users can prevent Firefox from splitting HTTPS by setting browser.urlbar.update1.view.striphttps to false.