display: none;. While look simple, the challenge here is to find the div which get applied the css. They will try to bury it few levels deep.
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I hope you tried the following too:
All these actions are similar with your default usage (of disabled JS): do not use the mechanism that are meant to improve your UX, and saving you time.
As a side note, how do you track users like you? I mean you are a developer too, so in your projects, how do you find out how many % users have disabled JS? so you know if you need to improve their experience or is not needed to spend time on this (there were 0 visitors).
And also you get an ad blocker by default :D
Some websites simply redirect you to other page but most I found simply hide the content. How to know? Well, if I noticed it take some time to load, highly likely it has the content and simply hiding it. In this case, I'll try all the tricks above.