HTTPS Everywhere Breaks web page
I have been using HTTPS Everywhere for about a year in Firefox. Both Firefox, and the addons are set to check for updates automatically, and the following versions are installed on my Windows 7 Pro (32-Bit) PC:
Firefox: 42.0 HTTPS Everywhere: 5.1.1
A website I have been visiting frequently for about 2 years no longer works with HTTPS Everywhere (it formerly did work OK, but as of a few weeks ago no longer displays properly, and has forced me to disable HTTP EVERYWHERE).
Here is a link to a page that fails with HTTPS Everywhere: https://www.trulia.com/rental/3218486318-38-Hammock-Rd-Clinton-CT-06413
With HTTPS Everywhere Enabled, both of the above links fail to render the page properly. However, with HTTPS Everywhere Disabled, both links do render the page correctly.
Are there settings I can use to keep HTTPS Everywhere Enabled, that would by-pass certain addresses? That is, in this case, is there a way to set HTTPS Everywhere to be by-passed for all content at www.trulia.com ?
My thanks in advance...
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