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How do I disable Javascript in Chrome?

How do I disable Javascript in Chrome?

Asked by: Guest | Views: 74
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Guest [Entry]

"Click on the address bar —yea the ""omnibox"", if you prefer a cooler name— and type chrome://settings/content.

(Alternatively, go Settings and type “javascript” into the search box.)

You can disable JavaScript by selecting “Do not allow any site to run JavaScript”:

It autosaves; you don't have to click Done or anything else.

Indeed, we don't even need a mouse to disable JavaScript and get back to the current page:

CtrlT
chrome:settings Enter
javascript Tab Enter
Tab x 6, ▼
Lastly, CtrlW to close Settings.

should take about 5 seconds."
Guest [Entry]

Open Developer tools (Ctrl+Shift+I or F12) -> Preferences (F1) -> Section Debugger -> Disable JavaScript
Guest [Entry]

"Yet another way to do this that might be easier:

Pull up the Chrome Console, and click on the settings icon in the lower-right. At the top in ""General"" is the option to disable Javascript - along with lots of other easier-to-access goodies."
"Yet another way to do this that might be easier:

Pull up the Chrome Console, and click on the settings icon in the lower-right. At the top in ""General"" is the option to disable Javascript - along with lots of other easier-to-access goodies."
Guest [Entry]

I'm still using NotScripts, because it blocks more than just JavaScript, allows for both temporary and permanent exceptions, and it actually has a decent UI (unlike Chrome's built-in functionality).
Guest [Entry]

You can use the Quick Javascript Switcher extension.