[tor-commits] [manual/develop] Change subsections title to h3

emmapeel at torproject.org emmapeel at torproject.org
Wed Jan 15 13:17:53 UTC 2020

commit 701610bfe8d2adc7ebf804b6d1d3b2103c9ebff4
Author: gus <gus at torproject.org>
Date:   Mon Oct 21 20:27:00 2019 -0400

    Change subsections title to h3
 content/plugins/contents.lr | 6 +++---
 1 file changed, 3 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

diff --git a/content/plugins/contents.lr b/content/plugins/contents.lr
index 6221de5..0801640 100644
--- a/content/plugins/contents.lr
+++ b/content/plugins/contents.lr
@@ -9,13 +9,13 @@ seo_slug: plugins
 key: 13
 Video websites, such as Vimeo make use of the Flash Player plugin to display video content. Unfortunately, this software operates independently of Tor Browser and cannot easily be made to obey Tor Browser’s proxy settings. It can therefore reveal your real location and IP address to the website operators, or to an outside observer. For this reason, Flash is disabled by default in Tor Browser, and enabling it is not recommended.
 Some video websites (such as YouTube) offer alternative video delivery methods that do not use Flash. These methods may be compatible with Tor Browser.
 JavaScript is a programming language that websites use to offer interactive elements such as video, animation, audio, and status timelines. Unfortunately, JavaScript can also enable attacks on the security of the browser, which might lead to deanonymization.
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ Tor Browser includes an add-on called NoScript. It's accessible through 'Prefere
 Users who require a high degree of security in their web browsing should set Tor Browser’s [Security Slider](/security-slider) to “Safer” (which disables JavaScript for non-HTTPS websites) or “Safest” (which does so for all websites). However, disabling JavaScript will prevent many websites from displaying correctly, so Tor Browser’s default setting is to allow all websites to run scripts in "Standard" mode.
 Tor Browser is based on Firefox, and any browser add-ons or themes that are compatible with Firefox can also be installed in Tor Browser.

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