Allows you to hide almost anything via context menu.
Allows you to hide almost any object on a web page. Just right click on the object you want to disappear and chose 'Remove this object' from context menu. You can remove as many objects as you want and you can restore the objects again. Removal is only temporary, if you reload the page everything is as it was. Nothing is stored by this extension. This extension is inspired by 'Nuke anyhting (enhanced)' addon for FF. SourceCode can be found on GitHub: https://github.com/redgizmo75/nuke_anything_reloaded
- (2021-01-04) Rainer von Borries: It's simple, works. Undo remove is a good option. This and the hide element option in chrome inspect (ctrl+shift+I) allows to get rid of most annoying things. Besides blocking them.
- (2019-12-18) Marco Müller (Mayo): Tut nichts bei mir im Chrome (habe die Chrome-Version 79.0.3945.79 und Windows7)
- (2018-10-04) Brandon Dixon: I don't see a way to make it hide all elements (e.g. panes, text fields etc.), but when I see an image that's rather risque, I can just right-click and nuke it.
- (2018-07-05) Bill Gault: I use Nuke Anything Enhanced regularly in Firefox when printing sites for personal documentation but this extension doesn't work, at all. May need updating with newer version of Chrome but highlighting or right clicking on an object, it won't remove anything.
- (2018-06-16) Ben Guthrie: I can't get it to work. It should be a context menu option
- (2017-10-29, v:1.0) X 52: "Remove everything else"?
... would be absolutely awesome if I could select an element, and remove all the periphery. A modifier key, or a menu item "remove everything else".