If a user does not grant a permission for a website, and then changes his mind, it is very difficult to explain to the end user how to open the Site settings. Different browsers (or the same browser on different OS) have different UIs and offer different ways to access to the Site settings.
A website that needs a permission (which is blocked) can display a message like this:
Please change your permission for XYZ in the browser settings.
However most users don’t know how to access the Site settings. For this reason it would be useful if websites could provide a link to site settings. For example:
Please change your permission for XYZ in the <a href="browser://site-settings">browser settings</a>.
Also it would be useful if browsers UIs could provide a consistent and user-friendly way to access to the site settings. For example, hiding the site settings under the lock icon in the address bar seems a really bad idea for user experience.
I would like to underly that opening the Site / App settings is something safe, which is already available for native apps: