Works for me. Source code is essentially provided. FF 55.0.2 (64-bit) for Ubuntu.
Excellent, eliminates css when it interferes with a browser's functionality
it works on firefox 33.0
I actually recommend you install Greasemonkey from this site and then my Remove Style script http://userscripts-mirror.org/scripts/show/476965
Doesn't work at all!
Very nice extension, just what I needed. Thanks!
I am currently trying to learn how to write a FireFox extension too... would you happen to have the source code of this extension on github or something?
Other than wanting to see how this could have been written, I am keen to learn how to extend it, so maybe it can keep a list of sites, like the other comment mentioned?
You can open the XPI that you download from this site as a compressed ZIP file and check out resources/disable-css/lib/main.js .
Would like to see it keep a list of sites to allow or block CSS, instead of the global way it acts now.
Does what it says and is simple to use. A keyboard shortcut would be nice, but the button in the context menu does its job.