Revert "Corrected line endings, so SRI hash are equals to the online versions"
This reverts commit 82ce2d4d4f.
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ClearURLs is an add-on based on the new WebExtensions technology and is optimized for Firefox and Chrome based browsers.
This add-on will remove the tracking fields from all URLs, which are visited by the browser, with the help of an external rule file, which is regularly updated by us and can be found here, to protect your privacy.
Large (and small) websites use elements in the URL, e.g.:
to track your online activities. In this example, the
utm fields used to track a custom campaign, managed by Google. It tells the provider, and also Google,
the source, the medium (e.g. email or web) and the specific campaign of the link. All these tracking fields are not necessary for a website to be displayed
or work correctly and can therefore be removed - that is exactly what ClearURLs does, so you can think of it as an URL clean maid.
Another common example are Amazon URLs. If you search for a product on Amazon you will get a very long URL for this product, e.g.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/exampleProduct/ref=sxin_0_pb?__mk_de_DE=ÅMÅŽÕÑ&keywords=tea &pd_rd_i=exampleProduct&pd_rd_r=8d39e4cd-1e4f-43db-b6e7-72e969a84aa5&pd_rd_w=1pcKM &pd_rd_wg=hYrNl&pf_rd_p=50bbfd25-5ef7-41a2-68d6-74d854b30e30 &pf_rd_r=0GMWD0YYKA7XFGX55ADP&qid=1517757263&rnid=2914120011
the most of this URL is available for tracking and is not needed. After ClearURLs has cleaned this URL, it looks like this:
Here you can download the packed files for the Firefox- and Chrome-Dev:
If you want to test whether ClearURLs works correctly on your system, you can go to this test page: https://clearurls.roebert.eu/
If you have any suggestions or complaints, please create an issue.
You want to help translating ClearURLs into many languages? – Nice
You can choose between two options to contribute. You can create a merge request, or you can use the POEditor to translate ClearURLs.
Hint: The description field in the translation files are only an information for what the translation is used. It is not necessary to translate the description field; in the most cases it is empty.
If you want to create a merge request, you must open the path
_locales/en/messages.json in the ClearURLs repo
and translate the english terms into terms of your language. Once you have translated all the terms, you make a pull request of your translation.
Please push your translation into the folder
Reasoning for needed permissions you can find under this discussion.
We use some third-party scripts in our add-on. The authors and licenses are listed below.