If you are a Firefox web browser user, then you can enable something called Enhanced Tracking Protection for any website easily. With enhanced tracking protection (ETP) enabled, Firefox blocks all the trackers in a smart way. It blocks the tracking code in such a way that the website functionality stays unaffected. In addition to the trackers, it also blocks social media trackers, cross-site tracking cookies, fingerprinters (it is more stronger than the cookie based tracking), cryptominers, and even some of the tracking content in which tracking code is cleverly hidden.
In order to enable enhanced tracking protection for any website, first of all you have to visit that website. Then you can click on the shield icon in the Firefox address bar and turn on Enhanced Tracking Protection for that website using a small toggle button.
After enabling the enhanced tracking protection for a website, you can also choose the level of protection provided by ETP. For this, we have to open Firefox preferences by entering about:preferences in the address bar. You have to click on the Privacy and Security section from the left side bar.
Among the various modes/levels, we can choose the strict mode, the standard mode and a custom mode. In the standard mode, it blocks social media trackers, cross-site trackers, fingerprinters and cryptominers. In the strict mode, it applies very strong blocking of all known trackers but it might stop the website from working properly.
If a website is not loading properly or not loading at all in Firefox, then you can try disabling the ETP for that website and that website might work normally.