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Selectively Enabling Javascript Web Page Links

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HoppaLong

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There is no reason to run javascript on every web page you view. Most browsers
make it easy to toggle javascript on or off.

I'm looking for a context menu applet that will allow me to enable or disable
javascript on individual web page links (like buttons, etc.). Googling for
an applet that will do the job is frustrating. All I get are "how to's" on disabling
a mouse right-click context menu so folks can't hijack stuff from your site.

Whenever I think something is impossible, a smart guy or gal finds a way.
Is there a context menu applet that will toggle javascript selectively?

Edited by HoppaLong, 21 October 2012 - 09:00 AM.



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Noscript for firefox is what you're looking for.

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Thank you very much allen2.

I didn't think such minute control of javascript was possible! Noscript is exactly what
I was searching for.

Thanks again, allen2.




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