We can go one step further by automating this process by installing a user script into the browser itself and using @include or @exclude statements to determine which web pages it will run on.
The killjs.user.js script just needs to be installed into your particular browser. For Firefox/Greasemonkey simply right click the link and select "Install User Script". In Chrome you need to first right click and select to download the file then Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar and select Tools then Extensions and then drag the file you saved onto the Extensions page proceed, then click Install. With Opera the easiest way is to go into the link and select "Save As" from the "File"menu to save the script into your user script folder. How you should copy the script for use with Internet Explorer depends on which plugin you use to add userscript support.
This article written by Stephen Chapman, Felgall Pty Ltd.