It does have a console. Same key strokes as the others.
SiteSearch360 13.2.43 FAILED to initialize to #searchBox
There is no input element for the searchBox.selector “#searchBox”. Please update your ss360Config object.
That is it.
However, upon further investigation, GNOME Web has a built in Ad blocker. After turning it off, the form appeared. Not sure why they would go with such a spammy site. Do they have such a bad reputation?
Anyway, thanks all.
Though it appears instead they chose a spammy site to register people, I still stand by too many people using Chromium based browsers. It hurts us all in the end. Even Microsoft will be ending support for their Edge browser in April 2021 for favor of their “new” Chromium based Edge.
This is where I finally got the form to disappear in Firefox. Turning on “strict” protection. I went back after dropping back down to “standard” brings back the form. Opening the page in Incognito mode DOES block the form exactly as (now) expected. I’m a little concerned that enabling the usual suspects in the browser extensions doesn’t block this.
I’m a little more concerned that GNOME Web 3.38 still shows the form for me even with everything turned on.
A little more interesting is Raymond Hill created both uMatrix and uBlock Origin and he only used a block list on the former that includes that form’s domain.
It might be the ease of customization of uMatrix that makes it more friendly to stricter rules. Similarly someone with a PiHole is probably more comfortable with customization where the average Privacy Badger/uBlock Origin user may be more inclined to call the extension bad instead of customizing.
Just level 1 blocklist on custom for Trackers will do it.