Remove Temporarily: Remove Elements From Webpages Before Printing [Firefox]

MOin 03-03-2012

When you visit a website and need to take a printout of the content, you often find numerous redundant images on your pages. You could save printing time and ink if those images could somehow be removed from the webpage before you sent the page to your printer. Here to help you do this is a tool called Remove Temporarily.


remove elements from web pages

Remove Temporarily is a browser add-on for Mozilla Firefox. The add-on helps you quickly remove page elements from websites. In Firefox, when you right-click on a picture, a banner, or a similar page element you can view an “Inspect Element” option.

Clicking on this option displays a new row of buttons in the bottom of the webpage. The Remove Temporarily add-on adds a “Remove Element” button to this row; through this button you can remove the element you right-clicked on. Your webpage can then be printed without those webpage elements. Refreshing the page or returning to it later restores the elements you had removed.




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  1. Rocket Point
    December 28, 2016 at 4:38 am

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  2. Samantha
    September 17, 2016 at 11:09 pm

    Here's the thing. Yes, ads pay your salary but ummm unfortunately I walk into a website and a big honking ad takes over the screen preventing me from passing. Or a redirect link takes you away from a safe page to a scary page that tries to convince you that you computer is infected and you should go here to fix it. In other words, from a user perspective, having an ad blocker is now part of security. And from a website owner perspiration, if an ad is hindering use or leading away from your website, yes it may be paying the income but this income will dry up. It is to your advantage to work with add-on groups to build an "acceptable list" for ads that are allowed, things that work in the background, and don't hinder the experience.

    • Rina
      April 12, 2017 at 7:21 am

      Agreed. There are other ways people can fund sites and salaries. The day your pop-ups and ads don't smack me in the face or rape my computer of personal info and inject possible malware, then we'll talk. I'll continue to 'break' the internet- because I mean it's not like you provided a solution to this issue other than owners manually removing ads. Because that totally seems like a feasible solution to billions of website owners with busy schedules and lack of concern for their users.