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YO KANYE, WE’RE HAPPY FOR YOU AND YOUR CAPS LOCKS RANTS AND PROUD WE HELPED lowercase your blog posts, but its time to focus on another accident on the Internet: UNWANTED BIEBER MENTIONS.

We’ve developed a series of innovative tools to help cover the lower regions of web pages from unwanted Justin Bieber content. Shave away those Bieber mentions on web sites with our bookmarklet, Firefox Add-on, or JavaScript files.

Chrome …or… Firefox

Code by Greg Leuch, last updated 13 Sept 2011.
Browse the code on Github
License under MIT License

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With recent mistakes by companies and organizations not knowing how to properly censor online documents, its easy to see why people believe the text they can’t see can’t be read. And with computer illiterate talking heads like Rush Limbaugh or internet illiterate censorship advocates like Ursula von der Leyen, it is easy to befuddle them with the appearance of censored text on the web pages they commonly visit.

A playful experiment in “censoring” a web page by hiding text and images behind blocks.

Ctrl+F'd Example

Try it out on your fffffavorite web pages. Grab the bookmarklet below and drag into the bookmarklet bar (or right-click as ‘Bookmark/Favorite this Link’).

Ctrl+F’d Bookmarklet

Or mess with your ffffffriends. Download the Firefox extension, install into GreaseMonkey, or grab the JavaScript code and add to your site.

Don’t forget to take screenshots of your fffffavorite Ctrl+F’d web sites. Post ‘em in the comments!

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Open-sourced by Greg Leuch. Available on GitHub.

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