Rated 4.6 out of 5
4.6 Stars out of 5
- by 8394147, 11 years agoRated 5 out of 5This add-on is so useful. First of all, distracting animated icons or ugly pictures I don't want to see, I just remove. I tailor the page to what I want to see. Secondly, when I am printing webpages, sometimes it will spill over to two pages when it doesn't need to. So I just use Nuke Anything to remove a graphic or some unneeded text that is wasting room and, bam, all fits into one page. This also lets you undo your last remove in case you accidentally removed something you needed (or the entire page!). I'd recommend this to anyone.
- by Christina Martin, 11 years agoRated 4 out of 5Works well, though sometimes it is hard to find the item to nuke that you want to get rid of. It's useful for getting rid of annoying ads, pictures that get in the way of text, or anything that interferes with a good black and white print out. It doesn't make a permanent change, so if you want to go back to the real web-published version, you can by hitting refresh.
- by ai69, 11 years agoRated 5 out of 5I found this add-on on Lifehacker, and it works like a charm. Maybe there are hiccups I have not found yet, but the idea is simply brilliant. Thanks a lot to the author.
- by Michael, 11 years agoRated 5 out of 5I have a real hangup about wasting paper (and ink, but mostly because of the price). Older versions of this did not affect printing, but now it does. The author of this addon has saved a lot of trees.
Now I wish I could reset margins and widths (for block-level elements). I can do this with Stylish, but it takes forever. Just eliminating them is enough. HTML and CSS will default to 100%.
I can also get rid of images that gross me out and pictures of people I don't like.
- by JCPlus, 11 years agoRated 4 out of 5Great addon and potential.
1. Keyboard shortcut for removing item
2. Ability to remove whole section- such as a pulldown menu that takes a bunch of removes of each item before removing the menu
A keyboard shortcut would make this much easier.
- by 888chilly, 11 years agoRated 5 out of 5i gotta admit this is an amazing addon which shoes what firefox is capable of
probably the only problem with this is that if there is one thing i want to remove in every page, like the search bar in this site, it will only remove it in this page, not the rest of the site
add this with adblock element hiding helper to get rid of anything including flash
- by TheBestChuckie, 11 years agoRated 5 out of 5Of all the apps I use every day, Image Zoom and Nuke Anything are perennial winners. AND, despite what others have claimed, you CAN get rid of flash objects, but you have to click right on the exact pixel of the enclosing object's border.
- by JBroll, 11 years agoRated 5 out of 5Incredibly helpful, especially on slow machines and during times of low patience with stupid web 'design'.
The only thing I'd add is the option to have a keyboard (or keyboard+mouse) shortcut, to make it easier to remove several things quickly. Apart from that, which isn't all that necessary (but would make for some fun office games), this is an excellent tool.
- by CritterBBN, 11 years agoRated 2 out of 5You should rename menu items to HIDE everything else or HIDE selection. Because yhis addon not remove contet, but hides it only... The good idea with "remove everything else", but will be better, if it will really removed, not hided.
When I save clened webpages with MAF or UnMHT extensions, my login and all ads still remain in the saved pages, but in "hidden" state. As the alternative I use the "Delete selection" addon from https://nic-nac-project.org/~kaosmos/index-en.html
See how this extension really remove an html content, and improve your own extension too.