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What type of script/plugins would you guys recommend to block the ads of StackOverflow? I developed a script that could accomplish this until I realised that the Ad-blocker plus plugin for Firefox does the job... however could you recommend any other?


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A question for – Tim Robinson Aug 16 '10 at 16:33
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about choice of ad blocking software and not inherently specific to Stack Exchange. – Jeremy Banks Sep 10 '13 at 22:17

Why would you want to? Its just a simple picture and a slight yellow border (at least on SO). Its not intrusive, annoying, or a burdern to the interface or user. I added stackoverflow and meta to ABP's exceptions list just because I might find something interesting.


The same thing I use everywhere - Adblock Plus. Why roll your own just for Stack Overflow?


If you earn 200 reputation you'll have reduced advertising automatically; there's no need to use a script