Outdated Rated 1 out of 5 stars

- Many external images are still displayed due to Firefox bug 1196784.
- Does not hide embedded images.
- The status of the toolbar button is not updated in other Firefox windows. One window will show that images are enabled while another window shows the opposite.
- No longer supported.

Better add-ons:
- "JavaScript-Image-Object Blocker" (AKA HTML Content Blocker) is still supported; it can hide all images, both embedded and external.
- "Image Block" is still supported, can hide some embedded images, and block all external images.
- "Image and Flash Blocker" can hide all embedded images and all external images, but is no longer supported.
- "Picture Blocker" does not hide embedded images, but it is still supported.
- "QuickJava" does not hide embedded images or images affected by the Firefox bug, but can disable Flash and JavaScript; it is still supported.

Я джва года ждал этого дополнения!!!1 Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Мелкая и полезная кнопка.
Было бы прям совсем круто, если бы изображения вырезались вместе с тэгом или их размер принудительно превращался в 1em
Так же хотелось бы выбирать "разрешённые изображения", типа всяких кнопок и прочей фурнитуры, хотя бы кликом по ним

Actually works... imagine that! Rated 4 out of 5 stars

The difference between "Hide All Images" and this one is that the former foolishly relies on toolbar buttons [which often disappear and are recoverable only with difficulty, or not at all].
This one has a hotkey, which saves it from such Mozilla blunders.
Thanks Dmitriy.

PS: One cavet, which will probably get it poor reviews. It should come with both autoload boxes checked, in activated mode. Without this, it doesn't work [on my system anyway]. So it doesn't work for you, check both boxes in Options, and you should be fine.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

This add-on is really old.

For some reason, it doesn't work on some websites, like Wikipedia.

When you use this to disable images, then right click where an image should be and click "view image", nothing happens.

I think all this add-on does is change the value of "permissions.default.image" in about:config, but I am not sure.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Великолепно. Именно то, что я искал.

Расширение не коректно работает! Rated 1 out of 5 stars

После скрытия изображения они исчезают и больше не появляются даже после отмены скрытия! ! ! лечится удалением расширения и повторной его установкой после чего картинки появляются, и можно удалять это расширение.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Nada recomendable si piensas siquiera probarlo. Después de instalarlo tuve que buscar como hacerlo activar en la barra de herramientas, pero mi verdadero problema sucedió cuando una vez desactivado el complemento Firefox ya no mostraba ninguna imagen en las webs, ni siquiera reinstalando Firefox. He tenido que dejar el complemento instalado para que Firefox funcione con normalidad y se muestren las imagenes con la molestia de no poder quitar el complemento.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Great, but makes a bug in auto-complete menus on Linux dark themes: (dark) text-color on (dark) bg_color, while the default is (light) fg_color on that. See here:

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Классное дополнение, мне очень понравилось. Особенно в связи с изменением тарифного плана у моего провайдера, теперь у меня траффик, блин))

No visible UI; badly documented Rated 1 out of 5 stars

No icon appears in my (stock) toolbar (FF 24 Mac). Shift z does enable the image blocking, but then running it again fails to re-enable image loading. Can’t find any way to re-enable image loading, ergo this extension is about to be deleted.

пожелания Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Спасибо, классное дополнение
Автор, сделай показ "только кэшированные изображения"

Much needed but limited form and function Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Its functionality is much needed now that the image auto-loading option was removed from Ff' options dialog (Idiocracy ftw?), but the plugin has one fixed keyboard shortcut (which is useless if one has 'search on key press' ON) and its icon is too big so it makes navigation bar almost twice as thick as it is normally.

Usability to improve Rated 3 out of 5 stars

The idea is good, this extension is needed for Firefox 23+ users willing to hide images. It would be interesting if the shorcut could be customized.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

works very well but needs more features like - i wish there was a option to blur the images instead of completely blocking the pics this way you can check a websites pics before completely loading the webpage thus avoiding any accidental adult content, also i wish there was a option to use it on a site by site basis, instead of it blocking the images on all the webpages as it does right now.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

A check box to allow this to apply to one tab or all tabs would make this add-on perfect.

Not very useful Rated 1 out of 5 stars

having to reload the page to hide images. It's slow, annoying and doesn't let you hide images instantly.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Great extension but over complicated, thanks shesmovedon tried your suggestion and was exactly what I was looking for!

Hi! Rated 4 out of 5 stars

The extension is really good but I've just found what seems to be an even better alternative:


And it's also available for Chrome and Safari! (http://www.hideimages.net)

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Otherwise works well, but the button stops working after some time. Perhaps restarting Firefox 3.6 would help, but I will now try alternatives, like https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/hideimages/
Which claims to have an additional feature:
"You also may control the visibility of each individual image by right-clicking on it"

Update is coming. Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Firefox 4 is completely perfect browser, NOW!!
Thanks Dmitriy!