ContextDeleter allows you to delete HTML elements on the fly.
ContextDeleter allows you to delete elements within websites that you do not want to see. Are you reading a blog and there's an unsightly image that you don't want others to see? Right click the image and select "Delete this Element" to remove the element. This is a very minimalist extension which injects itself into your right click menu.
NOTE: IT DOES NOT STORE REMOVED ELEMENTS. THIS IS A QUICK ZAP TOOL - RELOADING THE PAGE WILL BRING BACK THE ELEMENT.
Flash elements and dynamically generated HTML cannot be removed (however, you can remove the parent container).
2.1.1: October 2nd, 2018 [Add debug option (prints to console), more colors, and ability to turn off the outline]
This change was kicked off by an email from a user (Erich B!) who mentioned that he would like to have the option to completely hide the outline while maintaining the deletion functionality. Setting the Outline Style to No Outline now achieves that. Additionally, there are more colors now.
2.0.1: September 12th, 2017 [Add options and no longer breaks box model]
This change was kicked off by an email from a user (Gary vS!) who mentioned that "outline" css rule would work better than border, as it would not disturb the box model. While in the code, I figured - why not add some options :)
2.0.0: July 27th, 2016 [Biggest update, skipping 1.0.0 release]
Faster and smaller, restructured the code, added locales, and generally made it better. Now it reimplements the border styling it removed to add its target highlighter (blue box) on deselect (left mouse click, or right mouse click).
0.2.0: 2012 [Small update]
Added border on right click, which lets you see with greater ease what you will be deleting.
0.1.0: 2012 [Initial release]
Allows deletion of images, HTML elements, etc.