Removes all images from Facebook, leaving only the text
Textbook is a web browser extension that removes images from the Facebook interface. Whether it's a linked article preview photo, a friend's profile selfie, or a "love" reaction icon, every image is hidden from view. Left behind are the blank boxes and white space where they used to be. Are certain kinds of images leading us to click on content we might have otherwise scrolled past? Does the layout and/or content of images on Facebook influence the way we read the site? Finally, what role might images play in the proliferation of fake news and clickbait? Textbook enables Facebook users to test questions like these for themselves, to see the site without the images and thus experience its content in a new way.
- (2018-09-27) Jko Ggl: I love your work. Cheers!!!
- (2018-06-13) Janardhan Metikoti: good