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Would you like to hide images, videos and Flash in Firefox 57 and newer? See https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/hide-images-per-tab.
You can even configure it per tab. Your settings stay between Firefox restarts, too.
Some images are distracting while reading a page, especially those which stay in place and are not scolled away.
This image blocker blanks them (after reload of the page ;-)
Very straightforward. I just miss an option for viewing/editing the URL of images currently blocked.
Anyway, it's highly recommended.
I used this extension some time ago, only recently reinstalled it. It works well on most sites, but lacks any options whatsoever, so image blocks are pretty well permanent & you won't be able to remove them later without uninstalling it. I've uninstalled & reinstalled it a number of times to clear accidental blocks or blocks that didn't block properly (breaking functions on those sites); unfortunately this means you lose all the things you meant to block also, so the lack of options is a BIG hindrance of the add-on...
One other thing to note, seems the plugin is NOT compatible with Firefox on Android phones...
Don't bother, unless there are only a couple of specific images on the world-wide web you wish to block.
First, each image must be individually blocked. There is no way to block every image on a particular page or every image from a particular domain, let alone any way to "block all but these". It takes a lot of time, and the result is disappointing.
Second, there's no way to un-block an image once it's blocked. If you make a mistake or change your mind, too bad - uninstall the add-on and start over.
Third, when you block an image it isn't removed until the page is reloaded. If you're removing a lot of images, it becomes a guessing game. "Did I remove that one already? What about that one?"
I don't know how to use it and the developer of this addon think they are smart so they don't want to type one line of text showing people how to use it. Please Erick Vold try to learn how to respect people and good luck.
So far so good, I'm researching on how to make a better antagonist. And when I went to this website it was slow do to an awful background image. When I use image blocker
(view page info > fire-foxes > media > block images from (check mark the box, warning will block all images on the website. Then refresh the page.)
The text on the website was rendered unreadable. So I tried this addon, It works great. Thank you for making this.:D
It just does nothing -- no "block image" option appears at all in the right-click menu. Please see website "theonion.com". This happens with all of their pictures.
This really NEEDS to work on Facebook. Someone just posted a pic of a snake with a spider for a head in a group that's perfectly good otherwise.
Exactly what I wanted. Nothing more, Nothing less....
this app needs away to add popups that get by to help it work better..
The unique feature of being able to selectively hide individual images, as opposed to everything, makes this more useful than most other image blockers.
This plugin is awesome. I want to feature that I can whitelist domain like localhost or few except anything else will blocked.
Excellent work. Thank you for this plugin. I would really like it if you could make it possible to block background images and I would make this a 5 star! :)
At last someone has brought back the ability to block specific, single images on webpages! Just right click to bring up the menu then left click to select the extension & block it! No more global "all-or-nothing" image blocks - this extension simply blocks the one (or two or three...) stupid idiotic pictures on an otherwise useful page.
The only thing that needs fixing is to have it 'refresh' after blocking so that the image disappears immediately. You must reload/refresh the page for the change to take effect.