Blocks images and elements using filter patterns applied to them.
Provides convenient interface and reliable & fast workflow to block images and other undesired HTML elements through intelligent static and regex-like CSS filters.
— Due to recent Chrome limitation injected CSS now always work. Disabling extension for certain page affects only your created filters;
— Right-click blocking for elements that behave like links when you left-click on them;
— Compressed everything for less size;
— Read, please, update message below*.
— Very fast workflow, small memory and CPU footprint;
— Optimized and completely stable;
— Provides user-friendly options dialog;
— Allows to whitelist specific domains;
— Ability to scope certain filters only to a specified domain;
— Ability to edit filters by hand;
— Uses fanboy’s AdBlock list as a base filter for general ads;
— Designed icon, crisp & clean look provide nearly “native” experience.
I initially developed this extension to block undesired images from web pages (not ads) but it eventually had grown into full-featured element blocker.
The goal of this extension is to rely more on user filters and use one built in as a base filter for general ads (ads on well known resources and HTML blocks which are most likely an ad everywhere).
*Update: out of beta.
Chrome extensions are unfortunately quite limited. It's impossible to do some things. So this is the final version working as of Chrome 9 from dev channel. Before rating / commenting or reporting anything please note that:
— There's no way (now) to disable injected CSS for certain page, you can only disable your created filters. It's because recent Chrome updates disabled access to CSS injected from extension.
That's it. If it'll brake again in future, I won't spend my time hacking around Chrome limitations again. Still, in my opinion, it's by far the most stable blocker.