If you’re sick of Fox News auto-playing videos on their website, here’s a quick and easy guide on how to stop them.
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How to Stop Fox News From Auto-Playing Videos
Fox News has a habit of auto-playing videos, and it’s really annoying. Fortunately, there’s a way to stop it. Here’s how:
Go to Fox News website
1. Go to Fox News website.
2. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on “Cookies and Tracking” under the “Privacy” section.
3. Under “First-Party Tracking”, select “Do Not Allow”.
4. Close the privacy window.
Find the video you want to watch
First, you’ll need to find the video you want to watch. To do this, scroll down the page until you see the video player. The video player should look like this:
Click on the play button (the triangle in the middle of the screen). The video will start playing.
Hover over the video
If you’re tired of being bombarded by auto-playing videos from Fox News every time you visit the site, there’s a simple way to stop them. Just hover your mouse over the video player and the controls will appear. From there, you can pause or mute the video, or adjust the volume.
Click on the “Stop” button
To stop Fox News from auto-playing videos, you will need to click on the “Stop” button located in the upper right-hand corner of the video player. This will prevent the video from auto-playing when you visit the site in the future. If you would like to disable auto-playing videos altogether, you can do so by changing your settings in the “Site Preferences” section of your account.