Would be perfect if it could handle HTML code Rated 4 out of 5 stars

It looked exactly what I was searching for, a simple and easy to set up filter to get rid of those annoying Google ads embedded in too many articles and forums.

But it took me a lot of trying out and finally reading the changelog file in source depository until I realized that it only works on visible text. That really is a pity for such a good tool with built in RegExp functionality and on load filtering.

I hope there will soon be an option available to apply filters on complete page code when needed.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.7.3). 

Re: Would be perfect if it could handle HTML code

Hello, the purpose of this extension is to replace strings of text. To do this I find text nodes in the DOM tree and apply the substitutions on every one of them (except for the text of scripts, css, etc.). So, I don't do the substitutions on the source code but on the DOM tree.

To "handle HTML code" would mean modifying the DOM tree, which is outside the scope of this extension, so I don't have plans to implement it. Sorry.