* js = website
@ 2022-07-17 7:13 Karl Dahlke
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From: Karl Dahlke @ 2022-07-17 7:13 UTC (permalink / raw)
This feature was suggested by David, along with a rather different paradigm.
You can block js from the top level domains, then turn it on for the sites that need it -
a white list rather than a black list.
You can still use the js toggle command to turn it on or off.
Here is a sample for your config file and yes it works - nasa is one of those sites that has to have js to run.
nojs = .com
nojs = .net
nojs = .gov
js = nasa.gov
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