You will need to install a user script manager extension to install this script.
As the name says, this script removes the annoying login requests from:
Notes for specific websites:
Quora: if you want to login while the script is enabled, just go to the main page (quora.com) and login from there.
Youtube: this script works only for mobile Youtube interface; for the desktop version, try Youtube - dismiss sign in
Instagram: If you try to open an Instagram profile page (es: instagram.com/mozilla), and you get redirected to the login page (instagram.com/accounts/login/), this script can't do anything, as this means that your IP has been blocked by Instagram, unless you sign in. You can try a different connection or you can try to refresh your IP from the modem/router's settings. If this fails, you can still use https://pixwox.com, a site that can show any public Instagram profile without logging in and without unnecessary IP restrictions.
TikTok: Open any video link (tiktok.com/@_username_/video/_number_) and start browsing the recommended videos. TikTok only works on mobile: if you want to use it on PC, set the user agent for TikTok to spoof a mobile browser (you can use any addon you want, such as Useragent Switcher or just open the browser's mobile emulation mode (CTRL+SHIFT+M on Firefox).
Facebook Marketplace: it requires the users to be registered to access. It's not just begging you to login, it's forcing you. No login no access: this script can't do anything for it.
Instagram: they recently introduced an annoying login wall that replaces the third image in a carousel with a login request (only on mobile interface). I currently have no idea, nor will, to find a workaround for it, but if you need to see that blocked image from your phone, just set your browser to Desktop Mode and you will see the picture as usual.
About bad reviews of the script:
As you can see, this script received some bad reviews so you might be thinking if it is worth installing it or not.
If you check, they all fall in 3 categories:
-Requests of features that my script doesn't have and are impossible to implement.
-Complaints like "Script not working", for which I ask more details to help solving the issue and then the complainer doesn't reply.
-Someone complains about a bug, I solve it, but changing the review takes too much effort.
Luckily, this is just a minority, so I would like to thank those who appreciated my work and gave me a good review. As I don't get any money for this, knowing that someone likes what I'm doing is the only reason I keep updating this script.