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8 Ways to Unblur Text on Websites in Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Brave

Have you ever visited a website where an article’s text and contents are blurred or hidden, and you must sign up or pay a membership fee to access it? If so, there is no need to empty your pockets just now, as we will show you several ways to unblur the text on websites in Google Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Brave browser. Keep reading.

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How to Unblur Text on Websites or Webpages

We have curated a list of 8 methods that you can use to unblur and preview text on a website for free and without signing up. We will show you step by step process on how to do so for each method. So without any further delay, let us take a look.

1. Use Inspect Element to Remove Text Blur on Websites

Inspect element allows you to see the source code and other data hidden within the webpage. By changing this code, you can remove the blur filter from the text, but it is a trial and error method as the values may differ from site to site. Here is how to do it:

Step 1: Open the webpage with the blurred text.

Step 2: Right-click on the page and select Inspect or Inspect Element.

Unblur Text on Websites Using Inspect Element

Step 3: The Inspect panel will open on the right, where you can see the page’s source code.

Unblur Text on Websites Using Inspect Element

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Step 4: Scroll and look for a line of code that starts with “