re: Should browsers still allow users to disable JavaScript? VIEW POST


There is lovely extension that does that job anyway to block javascript. My favorite being noscript


I moved on from NoScript to uMatrix. If you're interested in technology and you are fine with having to spend a couple of days to configure your whitelist, the two-dimensional matrix might be a superior choice than NoScript's "Yes/No".


Yes, I am aware of uMatrix and how it is designed to work with uBlock Origin which I have. Fortunately NoScript is working well and I am good with the "Yes/No/ behavior.

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