- by azu, 10 months agoRated 2 out of 5Pretty useless - can block an element, but only one one page, not a domain - effectively making an ENORMOUS amount of busy work for the user due to sheer developer oversight.
Developer responseposted 10 months agoNOTE: INACCURATE COMPLAINT
Hello - blocking an element definitely does work for the whole domain, not just one page as you've said. There is no developer oversight in this regard.
The website you're trying to block elements on probably randomly generates new IDs/class names on every page (some websites REALLY try to prevent ad blocking), making blocking much more difficult.