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HOW TO disable JavaScript in a browser after the page loads

In this age of the Cloud and automatic browser updates, everything is dynamic. You never know when & how a web page you bookmarked might change or where the browser feature you liked has disappeared.

The following information is for Firefox 33, Chrome 38, Opera 16:

Firefox:
To disable JavaScript in a browser after the page loads, go to Tools > Web Developer > Inspector 

In the panel that opens up, click on the Settings gear icon at the top right hand corner. Under Advanced Settings, check the option Disable JavaScript
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Chrome:
After a page has loaded in Chrome, hit F12 or use Ctrl+Shift+I keyboard shortcut to invoke Developer Tools. In the panel that opens up, click on the Settings gear icon at the top right hand corner.
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Check the option Disable JavaScript

[Update 25-Nov-17]: There's now a command menu built into DevTools that makes it easier to disable JavaScript. This has been around as of April 2016 or so.

1. Open DevTools.
2. Press Command+Shift+P (Mac) or Control+Shift+P (Windows, Linux) to open the Command Menu. Make sure that your cursor's focus is on the DevTools window, not your browser viewport.
3. Type Disable JavaScript (or some version of that... it's a fuzzy search) and then press Enter.
4. Use the Enable JavaScript command when you want to turn it back on.
Opera:
After a page has loaded in Chrome, use Ctrl+Shift+I keyboard shortcut (F12 doesn't work?!) to invoke Developer Tools. In the panel that opens up, click on the Settings gear icon at the bottom right hand corner.
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Check the option Disable JavaScript

Internet Explorer 11 doesn't have an easy way to disable JavaScript

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