The method is quite simple and easy and you just need to follow simple guide that will help you to implement this. We have selected two extensions based on user rating, download rate and some of our personal experience and hope you will also like these extensions.
For Google Chrome
ScriptSafe is another interesting Google Chrome extension that works not only on Google Chrome but also on Chromium-based browsers like Vivaldi. The interface of ScriptSafe is very clean and it blocks nearly all scripts by default. Sometimes, this feature breaks the web page, however, the extension also provides users an option to allow script.
Not only that, you can also add the script to ‘Trust’ which will not block the script. You can even deny any particular script which will force the extension to block the script on any webpage. ScriptSafe also shows users the list of blocked content. Basically, it gives users the ability to block and allow scripts.
#2 Mozilla Firefox
Using Toggle JS
However, the addon gives users an option to unblock the blocked scripts. The addon blocks scripts by domain and it gives users an option to temporarily allow a script. You can also permanently allow all scripts on the page by hovering over ‘Allow all on this page’