181 reviews
  • Great extension! Thank you for creating it!
  • It's OK... It removes some stuff, but definitely not all—even stuff it can select, which is mysterious. For example, the annoying fold-out, non-closable sidebar here:


    It can select (highlight) the sidebar, so it knows what code's generating it—so it should be able to block that code, right? You'd think so, anyway. But no. Go figure.
  • Works fine. Would be 5 stars if the documentation was complete.

    For some reason, it is not documented anywhere that the way to use this extension is to press alt+shift+x. Nowhere in the documentation is this mentioned. Not on the settings page or the public web page for the add-on. I found it buried deep in these reviews in the form of a reply from the author.

    You could replace all the other text on the addon page with "Activate by pressing alt+shift+x" and the addon would become 10x more useful.

  • 2 of the 5 options do not appear on the menu.
    nuke_selection & nuke_rest do not appear or provide function. Please fix. I used to enjoy the "remove everything else" option.
  • Very good add-on, but "Toggle nuke when pressing [x]" unfortunately does not work well if "Find as you type" feature is enabled in Firefox options - it works only for the first click, but then only Find box receives all [x] input. Could you please address this issue?
  • Perfect! Does exactly what I want. Best right before printing a page.
  • Works fine but it would be nice if I could just click it once and block the element instead of going into a separate dropdown menu.
  • It is OK but why I must do it everytime I refresh the page? I want the addon to remember it. But it is OK and easy to use it.
  • This is a great extension. I only miss a shortcut key to enter nuke mode.
  • Big thanks to the developer, great app. Does exactly what I want, it allows me remove things from a web page.

    You'd think that it is common sense that if you reload/refresh the page the items will come back on, imagine the complaints if they didn't come back and people deleted parts of a page by mistake.

    Can it be better? ... maybe, so why don't people try to design their own add-ons for Firefox? Then they can get complaints from strange people from a product that is free.
  • LOVE IT :D
    works perfectly :D
    I recommend you add the: How to use
    in the description :)
  • Doesn't work - the second you refresh the page then everything is back again - especially with facebook - I try to block the "suggested" sections - but when you refresh its back again
    The add-on is working as expected, you seem to need something else.

    In the description I say "The effect of this extension is temporary, which is useful before printing a page. Refreshing or navigating away will bring everything back to normal."

    Do you have a suggestion to make this clearer so that I don't confuse other users in the future?
  • Works flawlessly. Super useful. Thanks.
  • I liked your add-on but it doesn't have a shortcut combination. So, I modified it. Now I can use Ctrl+Shift+X combination to run it.

    My code:
    document.addEventListener("keydown", function (e) {
    if (e.ctrlKey && e.shiftKey && e.code === "Space"){

    Would you add a feature to run it with key combination in next update?

    P.S. I translated to Turkish its language file. If you contact me, I can send it to you.
    Just saw this... The addon already has a shortcut combination... alt+shift+x to enter Nuke Mode ... [x] key to Nuke while in that mode and and [esc] to exit back to normal.
  • It is good but it isn't the replacement for Remove It Permanently i was looking for. It can get rid of many objects but you have to remove the same objects every time you visit the same webpage even if you refresh a page they return. It needs to have a feature where it actually "nukes" the object, not just hide it temporarily.