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Google Hit Hider by Domain (Search Filter / Block Sites)

Block unwanted sites from your Google, DuckDuckGo and Startpage.com search results. For Firefox+Greasemonkey or Chrome+Tampermonkey. v1.6.2 2014-05-29

Από την 2014-06-05 08:41:11 UTC. Δείτε την τελευταία έκδοση.

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Jefferson Scher
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Easily Hide Unwanted Domains in Google Results

Want to filter out some useless, spammy or offensive sites from Google search results? Just click "block" to reduce a site's hits to a one-line notation, or hide it completely. No typing required.

IF YOU HAVE AN EARLIER VERSION FROM userscripts.org

If you have version 1.6.0, this version 1.6.2 fixes bugs on DuckDuckGo. Before switching, use the Export feature to make a backup copy of your block list. This script will install alongside the old one, and you will need to disable the old one on the Firefox Add-ons page, User Scripts section, or the Tampermonkey Dashboard. Then you can import your block list to the new script.

Read This First: System Requirements

Firefox users: You need Firefox 14 or later. Install the Greasemonkey extension from Mozilla Add-ons BEFORE installing this userscript.

Google Chrome users: Install the Tampermonkey extension from the Chrome store BEFORE installing this userscript.

Other Browsers: Due to the way this script monitors for dynamic changes in Google's Instant Prediction results, it is unlikely to work on other Greasemonkey-like extensions.

Disclaimer: Google search is a very complex application, so there is no guarantee that this script will work for you. The author is not responsible for you missing a result you might have liked to see, or other malfunction of the script. Use at your own risk.

Click for downloadable/printable PDF version of this page (as of version 1.6.0).

How It Works

For a one-minute video overview, and a detailed description of the script, please see the following page: http://www.jeffersonscher.com/gm/google-hit-hider/

Questions and Problems

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