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    JavaScript Noob

    hi on my school computers facebook is blocked but when you put an s after http in the address bar it is no longer blocked but you have to retype the s every time you click on something so i was wondering if maybe someone could tell me how to make a java script or something where it automatically puts an s after http when i open facebook and whenever i click on something within facebook or something like that any help is appreciated thanks in advance

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    Your school has blocked Facebook for a reason (which we can easily guess at). You have found a way round it - the school ought to fix that.

    We will not help you with improper requests.

    Your school seems to be rather poor at teaching punctuation and the use of capital letters.


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    Facebook is all blocked at my school, however, this "s" thing only works at home. They have enabled the computers to access most sites like Youtube,ESPN, and ArmorGames at home so the kids have something to do. SO this is not going against any rules if I found something they didn't block since I'm not at school. Also, sorry I'm not worried about my grammar on a web forum.

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    Your school controls which sites you can visit, on your own computer at home? Where are you, China?

    I'm not worried about my grammar on a web forum.
    What an odd sentiment. The one place where you've no idea who you're talking to, or their level of understanding of English, or indeed the subject matter in question, and that's the place you think adherence to formalized communication rules is least applicable?

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    So, no one wants to help with my question?


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