How to disable javascript in Firefox for a specific website

2012-12-30 129 words 1 min read

I used to try Google Chrome. It has some features I like.

Chrome can set javascript enabled or disabled for a specific website. That is good function. Many novel websites have many javascript code to display Ads, off window, etc.

Using disable javacript function will be safer and clearer.

But Google Chrome cost more memory of my pc. I just wanted to return to Firefox.

Just googled "how to disable javascript in Firefox for a specific website", found one plugin.

Its name is yesscript. You can download it at

It is more than easy to use.

After installing the plugin, you will find one icon in your Firefox status bar. One click to the icon in the status bar turns scripts on or off for the current website.


Authored By Jesse Lau

A freelancer living in New Zealand, engaged in website development and program trading. Ever won 1st ranking twice in the Dukascopy Strategy Contest. This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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