Block JavaScript in Chrome Mobile

Why

  • It stops ads on most sites
  • It stops ad blocker detection on most sites
  • Improves page load times

Notes

Quite a few websites require JavaScript to function correctly. 
In that case, simply unblock JavaScript for that site.

Mobile

See video above

Desktop

Blocking JavaScript on desktop is a lot easier and most people know how to do this already.

Simply visit the website you want blocked, click the padlock (or "not secure") to the left of the address bar. Then click "Site Settings".
Now select the drop-down next to JavaScript and then click "Block"
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And that's it. JavaScript will now be disabled for that site.
You will see a new icon on the right of the address bar showing you JS is disabled.

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