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Simple JavaScript Toggle

Description from extension meta Enable or disable JavaScript on a site-by-site basis.
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Description from store Simple JavaScript Toggle adds a button which allows you to control if JavaScript should be allowed to run on the current site or not. Chrome has built-in support for allowing you to configure which sites should be allowed to run JavaScript. You do this on the Chrome settings page, and it works really well for permanently blocking or allowing a site. If you find that you regularly need to change whether to allow or block JavaScript on a site, using the settings page gets impractical. That's where this extension comes in. By clicking on a button in the toolbar, JavaScript is either enabled or disabled for the current site whereupon the page is reloaded.
Latest reviews (2018-11-11) Raymond Caloz: Die aktuelle Website wirt grundsätzlich blockiert, ein aufheben durch klicken ist nicht möglich (2018-06-04) hedgehog ful: Sure, u can click on 'site settings' and disable JS on the site, but u often don't want to do that. And it's a hassle. This extension is quick and dirty. Works just on the page u are on. Not remembered - no permanent change to ur settings. Reloads page instantly. Great for when u click a link to an unfamiliar site and the page is taking ages to load bc of all the trashy scripts. Or u just want to see what a page wd look like in 'mobile' vsn. Rating: surprisingly useful. (2017-12-23) Dz Scritches: Yes, the icon *does actually* indicate whether the page is javascript blocked; also Chrome itself indicates in the address bar when a page is blocked, so the icon's indicator is redundant. (2017-06-08) Dave Matthews: Keeps forgetting the status of an existing blacklisted site :( (2017-04-11) Constance Taylor: Great for use on sites that detect ad-blockers. (2017-03-17) Fredrik Borgström: The icon does NOT clearly indicate if JS is enabled or not. Please make that clear with the tooltip text as well as the icon graphics (maybe a red cross over the icon when js is disabled). (2016-12-12) Mohuamed Affroukh: تحت التجربة (2014-11-26) FuZzy One: Probably needs a little more polishing, but for me it works great, and does exactly what i want it to do. (2014-09-21) Kyle Graehl: Pretty good, but a few issues - when I disable, it only sort of reloads the page, and I have to refresh manually. Also the JS disabled and JS enabled icons could be clearer (like with a cross-through instead of greying out)

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Installs
774
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Rating
3.6 (10 votes)
Last update / version
2014-07-20 / 1.0.0

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