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To turn them on, simply open the "Advanced" tab in Safari's "Preferences," and click on the box at the bottom that says "Show Develop menu in menu bar." Now that you have enabled the Develop menu, you can do the same exact thing as you can with Chrome and Firefox.
Right-click on the masked background, select "Inspect Element," proceed to delete the three things mentioned in Steps 2 through 4 above, and close the tools.
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Below, I'm using Chrome, but the process is nearly identical in Firefox and IE.
However, that will also kill some of the other functionality of the website.
Last night, I was reading a riveting National Geographic article on the green-eyed tree frog, until I was quickly interrupted by an annoying popup asking me to "create a free account" or "sign in." Really, I'd like to do neither. You've probably experienced these popup windows, known as Lightbox modals, all across the web, especially on magazine and newspaper sites that have yet to fully embrace the ad-supported digital world.
And let's not forget about those pesky "fill out this survey to continue" content blockers (don't even get me started on those).
As you can see, I didn't signup or register and I'm still getting free content, while keeping Java Script enabled for a more eye-friendly experience.
Safari's process is no different than Chrome and Firefox, other than that you have to enable access to your web developer tools.