@vincej1 I couldn't predict that. If you contact the site owner, then there's a better chance.
I'll tell you a weird thing that happened here. There was an outage at my ISP and it caused a change in my IP when it came back up. Suddenly, I could not access a government website I use all the time. Chrome could not access it either, nor Firefox. The only browser I could get in with was Edge. Then several days later, my ISP had an even longer outage, and my IP changed again. Suddenly, Vivaldi and all my other browsers could access the government website again. Sometimes there's no rhyme or reason to these security access rules.
How to remove all searches from ALL websites not just search engines/browsers.
How to remove all your old searches that keep popping up on ALL websites you visit. This is not just search engines/browsers like Google, Bing, etc because they all have a "clear browsing history" so this is not for that simple fix this simple fix is to remove past searches from popping up on any/all websites you visit and using in their search bars.
Open Control Panel + Internet Options + General
In General see; Browsing history then click on Delete (Temporary Internet Files, Cookies, and saved passwords and web form information).
I use Chrome only and doing this did not remove my pc's saved passwords but it did remove my past searches from popping up on any/all websites i'd visit in their search bars..
I have (the awful, obtrusive, and annoying) Windows 10.
A browser cannot and you should not mess with code from a website but this is similar to what I suggest before when it comes to notifications. A default to deny/ignore them for all sites. That would basic silently and in the background ignore website notifications (ignore, not reject or accept). Yes, they are annoying and I have posted a feature to have them ignored on all sites you visit instead of being forced to accept or deny them manually.
@pesala kind of. But I do not know wether I can see the list of site settings for all the sites in one table. And site settings have no options for opening as mobile version, vpn, incognito, reading mode (at least I hadn't seen it).