This extension removes elements with a given class name that contain any given search terms
Element Eraser is a open-source chrome extension that removes any HTML elements that contain user specified terms. Simply specify the "class" attribute of the HTML elements you want to remove, add some search terms and click remove. You can enter search terms and class attributes by typing into the corresponding input box and pressing the 'ENTER' , 'TAB' or ','(comma) keys to add them to the list. It is also possibly to store and retrieve settings using a 'key'. Element Eraser can also run continuously if the toggle switch is flipped to ON.
- (2020-01-23) Porter Lyman: Couldn't get it to work. Tried full name provided by Chrome dev-tools, as well as explicit class names. The app isn't verbose enough (or at all) to tell you what's going on, what's happened, or why it isn't working. For the developer I'm sure it's very useful. For someone new to the app, I gave up after five minutes and went to something else. Definitely room for some improvements here, especially for newcomers.