178 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.
  • 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.
  • Очень удобное дополнение для подготовки вывода на печать страницы без лишнего контента.
    Таких дополнений мало. Данное дополнение - одно из лучших. Использую очень давно! Есть, конечно, и недостатки, но автор над ними работает, что достойно уважения!
  • Sadly the HackTheWeb add-on that was based on the Aardvark bookmarklet doesn't work anymore, and while Nuke Anything Enhanced does the most basic thing (remove object) a lot of other useful functionality is missing. It'd be great if some of the things from HackTheWeb/Aardvark were added here. Just saying the developer could look at those for inspiration on how to improve this add-on massively.

    Also, I really wish there was an option to have "remove this object" in the main context menu, not under a pop-out sub-menu. Especially with a quick-key so you could just right-click and hit R or N or something (I mean like the underscored A of 'select all'). Moving the mouse into a sub-menu for every object you want to quickly delete is annoying, and the alternative way 'Toggle nuke with X' thing doesn't work. But that's really not an optimal way to remove things quickly anyway and should just be dropped imho.
    What do you get when you try to use the "toggle nuke with X" option? it is much faster to remove many objects using that.