It has been designed to be easy to use.
Install from Google Chrome Web Store
After you have installed the extension. It will be visible to the right of the Chrome search/address bar.
It is a little blue shield icon. Click the icon.
Mode: My Rules
Block 3rd Party scripts
See example below.
Here the plugin block all JS items not originating from domain http://sybu.co.za as the requested page was http://sybu.co.za/wp/setup-jsblocker
To define specific/custom Rules click the Rules button
Rules section > Block List
The extension will then block files containing the specified text.
Rules section > White List
The extension will then white list (allow) files containing the specified text
Enter your rules in the text areas, this can be a full URL, or any part of it, as shown below. Press ‘Save and Reload’ when done.
[+] Add to Block list
[-] Add to White list
[-WL] Remove from White list
In this example in you choose
To unblock a file (remove the block rule) click on the [-] button next to the file being blocked. or simply remove the text from list of items in Block List
This display the rule associated with blocking this file and prompt you if it must be removed.
Mode: Block All
So for example it may be useful not to block a script like jquery since this is used on many websites to display content dynamically. An example is shown below where jquery is not blocked.
1,2,3.. The numbers next to listed items indicated the loaded sequence
The total number of files blocked. Click to sort.
Click to edit the Block List, White List. It also indicates the number of rules for block and white list items.
File is currently allowed. Add block rule.
File is currently blocked. Remove block rule
File is currently allowed. Remove the white list rule