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How do you get rid of the "red highlight" over specific words from certain sites when you visit them? I don't know if it's from Firefox or what. Does anyone know what I'm talking about? It's like the yellow highlighter you see on sales pages but it's red and it's on about 60% of the sites I visit.

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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    It might be happen because the SEO extension is activated in firefox.
  • Profile picture of the author getsmartt
    if you have the "search status" extension installed (it shows pagerank, alexa and complete rankings in the statusbar), try right clicking on the "q" in a circle beside the pagerank indicator and look in that menu for the highlighting options.

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