extension ExtPose

HTML Content Blocker

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Description from extension meta

Blocks desired HTML contents (script, style, image, object, media)

Image from store HTML Content Blocker
Description from store HTML Content Blocker provides an easy interface to quickly block various HTML contents (JS, CSS, IMG, OBJ, etc.) on any webpage. To operate, simply open the toolbar and click on the desired icon. Key features: 1. Enables you to block desired HTML contents. 2. Currently, there are five items available to choose from (script, style, image, object, media) 3. To deactivate an operation, simply unmark the related item from toolbar popup. 4. Badge icon text shows the number of blocked items within each tab (changing the tab will update the badge number). To report bugs, please visit the addon's homepage (https://mybrowseraddon.com/html-content-blocker.html) and fill the bug report form.

Latest reviews

  • (2021-06-18) mostafa: It does not work on Google, Instagram, etc.
  • (2021-05-12) K C: THANK YOU. The movement drives me nuts and this thing really works! I'm sooooo happy.
  • (2020-12-29) Google User: Does not work. Tried on Twitter and Facebook. I tried to complete the feedback form but developer blocked submission from sending. Also GUI is ridiculously awful. You have zero way of knowing if the you're blocking or not (ie. features are active or not). I would give this zero stars if I could.
  • (2020-12-25) Google User: It works, but....it's totally unnecessarily complicated and not user friendly. One should be able to block an object, media or whatever from the context menu (right click). You have no idea if you've enabled any of the restrictions. All you can see your whitelist (if you set it up). Would it be so difficult to create an option to see exactly what you blocked? My guess is some Android/Linux fanboy created this extension because they get aroused by over-complicating even the most basic, simplest things. Let's hope someone creates a similar extension that isn't so difficult to use.
  • (2020-12-19) William Chung: Didn't work for me. Also it's absurd how things are layed out. How do you know if you've activated a particular block? For example, I want to block "java" (doesn't work btw) but I have no idea if it's active or not. Ditto with the other options like blocking "media", "image", "object" and more. Sure you have a number being posted but that doesn't mean much especially if nothing is being blocked. I verified with other applications and manually disabled java script via Chrome browser to verify what happens when I block "this or that". This app is a fail.
  • (2020-12-02) Nitant Soni: Absolutely perfect! Blocks ALL the videos, completely. Even if you click play, they will not play, which is absolutely amazing. So sick and tired of this video fad. Not only do sites slow down to a crawl, they also waste massive amounts of data.
  • (2020-10-26) Super. But would even better if it would contain a blocking shedule like the other website blockers have. It would be great if the blocking could stop every evening when I am done working. But this is still the best blocker available anyway.
  • (2020-02-04) James Hornback: Works exactly as I hoped it would, getting rid of obnoxious blockers in the way of text.
  • (2019-10-28) Saeed Daneshi: very good and useful.
  • (2019-09-28) J J: DOSEN'T WORK AT ALL. USELESS!
  • (2019-08-08) SU Legato: The JavaScript Block is great for annoying news sites. Sadly, Sites can be Whitelisted but not Blacklisted, making it cumbersome to use. Turning on, activates for the entire browser, not just the current tab. Would prefer Blacklisting Sites.
  • (2018-11-05) Sam N: It was great for awhile but now videos play even though media blocker is checked.
  • (2018-10-17) Richard Remer: Does not work as advertised. It's not blocking anything and the documentation says there are no settings to configure.
  • (2018-07-31) Owen Gray: Works excellently, often blocking ads when adblock and similar fail. Also speeds up browser significantly, and reduces memory. Unfortunately, the new whitelist feature does not work very well. You cannot add sites except by adding the current site, which does not work very well: When you click "add to whitelist" it uses the window you first opened in this browsing session, not the website open in the current window. This can make it extremely hard to populate the whitelist.
  • (2018-07-08) multipletechnologies: Finally updated with a whitelist, making this the #1 best option for blocking content available. Thank you dev for implementing what was requested by so many.
  • (2018-06-30) Giving 4 stars, as it does block the annoying autoplay videos that constantly pop up on the net these days and make your CPU whine like a pig. Agree with others that we need a whitelist to play videos on those sites without having to go into the settings and turn on/off.
  • (2018-06-06) Prembil: Had a page where I couldn't copy nor right click... When disabled javascript it said I have to re-enable it... This sorted out all my problems by just one click, great job!
  • (2018-03-24) Muhammad bin Yusrat: I was completely fed up of stumbling upon 'Forbes' pages which automatically being playing videos that I did not want to load because I am almost always on a metered connection. This plugin solved my issue!
  • (2017-12-28) James Kubczak: Dumping entirely too much information on a web page suddenly seems like the latest thing to do. the latest trend. etc. etc. Less is more. This extension allows you to cut through the obnoxious clutter which is destroying the web
  • (2017-12-21) win teer: Does a good jobs and speeds up pages with annoying Ad- and media content (in some cases it renders those pages from being ususuable at all) BUT you have to alter settings manually for each page. This addon would be much more useful if it remembers the settings for each page or whole domains.
  • (2017-11-25) degradedbrainapathydelusion dopamineleakmudthought: Как раз для экономии трафика при необходимости. Пусть появится возможность вписывать сайты на которых плагин не должен будет работать.
  • (2017-11-21) Samuel Chen: yes, great app. I concur with others on ability to add sites to "white" or "black" list.
  • (2017-09-13) Jason Lorenz: Works as advertised. Would be 5 stars if I could whitelist sites.
  • (2017-09-06) Eden MUI: Fantastic app, had been looking for this for ages!!! Was wondering for videos, whether it is possible to load a thumbnail while blocking the video itself from loading?
  • (2017-09-03) Hossein Gharibi: Fantastic. It would be great if it had an "exceptions" option.
  • (2017-08-28) David Adel: Perfect
  • (2017-07-03) じょいすじょん: Does not do anything
  • (2017-06-16) Chris TenEyck: ah, blessed silence when opening huffingtonpost.com, etc. Still figuring out best way to use with youtube, but seems manageable.
  • (2017-05-23) Robert Yerkes: awesome worked great blocking auto play videos. white list would awesome. also sometimes the media button becomes unclickable. when clicked it actually clicks the object button.
  • (2017-04-26) J. Smith: Like the other two, doesn't work in chrome. STILL plays blasting videos and audio on weather pages. Yanking this worthless extension.
  • (2017-04-21) Jason Burke: It is the only add-on I foundthat would stop videos automatically playing on sites. I do wish it had a blacklist option so I could then choose which sites it would work on. Most sites are fine there are only a few that autoplay videos.
  • (2017-04-10) Art Archer: thank you sir and may i say that is the true video blocker extension on the whole chrome store if may we ask you to add the ability to right click on the video and make it play when we want we wait for more extensions from you
  • (2017-03-09) Игорь В: Отличное расширение, но сделайте пожалуйста белый список

Statistics

Installs
5,625 history
Category
Rating
3.8 (66 votes)
Last update / version
2020-06-16 / 0.1.9
Listing languages
en

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