You can whitelist the sites you want through an easy to use url bar icon and drop down menu.
NotScripts uses a unique and novel method to provide this "NoScript" like functionality in Google Chrome that was not previously possible. It introduces a break through technique of intelligent HTML5 storage caching to over come the limitations in Google Chrome that prevented an extension like this from being made before. NotScripts blocks third-party content BEFORE they load and it does this while also having a whitelist. This is one of the key extensions that many people have been waiting for since Google Chrome came out.
More information at the project homepage:
NOTE: When you install NotScripts, you will be required to set a password for it to use to encrypt site specific settings. Please also ensure that you have Google Chrome's cookies/local storage setting set to it's default value for NotScripts to perform effective caching or else you will experience higher than normal reloads.
NotScripts is inspired by the “NoScript” addon for Firefox (http://noscript.net) and seeks to emulate it within the limitations of the Google Chrome extensions API. It is not affiliated with “NoScript“, I just happen to like it’s functionality.
Everyone, please help eliminate the need to set a password in NotScripts after each update by starring this Chromium bug report and making a comment in it:
The bug report is not just for NotScripts, but is also applicable for many other types of extensions that could benefit from a synchronous messaging API. The more people that comment and starr that bug report, the better NotScripts will become and the faster I can implement features without annoying people with the need to reset their NotScripts password.
V0.9.6 - NotScripts now uses much fewer reloads with the temp allow features and it also has a blacklist mode and a whitelist with same origin scripts allowed by default mode. These new modes can be turned on by adding a line to your NotScripts password file.
This version is also much more efficient because of MD5 list hashing and searching of lists is now done by binary search.