The Firefox browser has a useful feature called “Reader View” which strips away web page clutter. It removes buttons, ads and background images. It also adjusts the page’s text size, contrast and layout for better readability. Here’s what a Greycoder article looks like in Reader Viewer:
However, there is a slight problem with Reader View — you have to wait for a bloated web page to load before you get the chance to switch to Reader View. To make matters worse, pop-ups might appear, and an embedded video might start autoplaying.
The solution to this problem is to install a Firefox extension called “Open In Reader View“. With this extension, you can right click on a link and have it open automatically in Reader View. Additionally, the extension allows you to enter Reader View Mode even when it is not offered by Firefox.
Link: Open In Reader View