Now and then I end up with web site addresses (URLs) in the history drop down menu of Firefox's address bar that I don't want to have there. The address or addresses sometimes ended up in the history because of a typing mistake, a lot of testing of a web application on a local installation of Apache, or just because I visited a site a lot. Since I often use the history function of Firefox's address bar - also known as location bar or URL bar - I clean it up now and then, and this article describes how it's done.
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