Rated 4.6 out of 5
4.6 Stars out of 5
- by prajatarah, 6 years agoRated 5 out of 5Great extension.
Bug Fx 31: gContextMenu.isTextSelection is not a function. To fix replace "isTextSelection" with "isContentSelection" x3 in nukeanythingOverlay.js using a file archiver, like 7-zip.
- by SamK, 7 years agoRated 5 out of 5Allows you to remove basically any element from a site. Remove selected images, text, full screen cover screens (those that try to prevent you from viewing the content placed simply behind it)... and if you set Plugins to Click to Play (http://goo.gl/JmiiL7) you can remove select plugin elements then activate the elements of your choosing! Furthermore, if trying to load a long webpage and you only care for the items at a select portion of the page, highlight and remove de/select content while still allowing the rest of the page to load properly!
- by mediamayven, 7 years agoRated 5 out of 5Eliminate whatever annoyance or distraction you desire on any web page. Very useful, practical in making the web just a little less intolerable regarding the things that are visually intrusive, dissonant with one easy click. I remember the day when 'Nuke This'' would make any change you made permanent. These days the change will endure only as long as the browser session lasts. Nevertheless, it hasn't lost a step nor its value as an indispensable tool in any web user's add-on repertoire.
- by Firefox user 6609486, 8 years agoRated 5 out of 5Put you in control of what you see in your browser.
Great for removing clutter from a webpage you're reading.
The most useful addon for firefox I've found so far.
Stopped working with Firefox 16.0.1 but I've found out that you can do element removal via the "Inspect Element" option in the context menu. Not as simple as using this addon but better than nothing. I still miss "remove everything but selection"
- by Steve Dee, 8 years agoRated 5 out of 5Excellent for cutting out irrelevent parts before printing,
and also for tidying up webpages to your own liking.
One of the essential addons - along with adblock
- by rwac, 8 years agoRated 4 out of 5unfortunately it doesn't seem to work at hiding html5 elements, and the audio continues as though it was never hidden. It still works on ff15 though, which is pretty awesome!
- by Firefox user 6383219, 8 years agoRated 5 out of 5Very useful, not everyday indeed, yet more often than I would have expected, from cleaning out clustered pages to removing annoying elements over the text you want to read, to isolating the little bit of page source you want to read in an ocean of html tags...
- by Anamon, 8 years agoRated 5 out of 5One of the first extensions I install on every new Firefox I set up. So simple, but so helpful and well-executed! Ads aren't the only annoying things on websites, there's a lot you can't opt to remove automatically. Just select it, and it's gone in two clicks.My two main uses are removing NSFW elements of websites, so you can check out their information without making people suspicious of what you're doing =D — and preparing pages for printing. Most websites' print styles blow, and with Nuke Anything Enhanced you can simply do it yourself. Select the parts you want to print, choose "Remove everything else", and you've got a clean document that you can print. Priceless!
- by wing-tung Leung, 9 years agoRated 3 out of 5Useful and seems to work without much problems. I liked the more powerful controls from the Aardvark addon more, maybe it's possible to integrate them here as well.