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When Firefox loads a webpage, the bottom-left of the screen briefly displays connection information. For example:

Waiting for pubads.g.doubleclick.net Transferring data from insight.adsrvr.org… Performing a TLS handshake to bttrack.com…

I would like to be able to log these or otherwise intercept them for information purposes.

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  • Welcome. I don't think you can. You could try using the INSPECTOR while the page loads, but... – marikamitsos Oct 10 at 5:41
  • I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's about using a web browser not about using a web application as it's defined on help center. This question could be on topic on Super User. – Rubén Oct 10 at 20:59
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Just press F12 to open Firefox' Developer Tools. Click on the Network ribbon to investigate all requests and responses of the current tab:

Screenshot of Firefox' Developer Tools

There is also an option to save the results as an HAR file for later:

Im-/Export results as HAR

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That is the method, somehow I didn’t properly explore what was right in front of me.

It is a new day.

From a new Tab in Firefox, from the Menu Bar select: Tools Web Developer Network

At the bottom of your browser window, a split window appears. Select a website from your bookmarks bar. A lot of connections fill the table data area They cram a lot of stuff into this space.

At this point the question becomes, how do we save this table data into a database which affords us more flexibility in viewing and analyzing the information.

But that’s for another day.

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    You are basically following up on @dirdi's good answer. You might consider awarding him/her the benefit of a good answer by marking the green check box left of his/her post. – Cbhihe Oct 19 at 7:42
  • @Edward Ontko: I extended my answer to cover how to save results. – dirdi Oct 19 at 11:14

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