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Page One: Banish Multi-Page Articles

Posted Jul 23, 2011 (updated Jul 28, 2011)

I despise multi-page articles with the heat of a million suns. The Page One extension for Safari and Chrome fixes them, automatically displaying the single-page version of articles for several popular news sites. Install the extension now:

Why This Is Awesome

You know the drill: instead of letting you read articles all at once, too many websites chunk them up into multiple pages, interrupting the flow for the cynical purpose of inflating page views for advertisers. That's not only annoying and time consuming, but it also screws up "read it later" services like the excellent Instapaper. Instead of saving the entire article for later reading, you get only the first page—a big drag if you're using the Instapaper app offline.

Web publishers know this is annoying and so they frequently throw us a bone by offering a single-page view of articles. That's what they should do in the first place, and the Page One extension makes it so. I built the creation for myself for sites I use frequently and so, for the moment, it gives you single-page articles for only these sites:

  • The New York Times
  • The New Yorker
  • The Atlantic
  • Slate
  • Wired
  • Vanity Fair
  • The New York Observer
  • Details
  • Gourmet

Update: July 24, 2011
Version 1.1 of the extension adds support for these additional sites:

  • Businessweek
  • Columbia Journalism Review
  • Foreign Policy
  • GQ
  • Intelligent Life
  • Lapham's Quarterly
  • The Nation
  • The New Republic
  • Outside Online
  • Rolling Stone
  • Village Voice
  • The Washington Post

Let me know if there are other sites you'd like to see supported, and I'll be happy to take a look. Meantime, happy uninterrupted reading!

Update July 27, 2011

Many thanks to everyone for all the suggestions for additional sites, keep 'em coming! I'll take a look at each and every one. A caveat: the way that the extension works is that it silently changes URLs for multipage articles to those of publicly available single-page or print-friendly views. In other words, for me to support a site, it has to have public a single-page or print-friendly view. (The excellent Ars Technica site, for example, requires a paid subscription to get access to the single-page view, a clever perk for loyal readers, but one which means I can't add it to the extension.) Ultimately, whether I can support a site depends on the content management system the site uses. So, feel free to suggest away, and I'll see what I can do!

How to request support for a site

Just add to the comments below. No need to add a comment if your site has already been suggested. When you suggest a site, it would be great if you could also post a URL to a multipage article on that site along with a link to its corresponding print/email page.

If you're code-inclined and enjoy this kind of thing, you can further contribute by helping me identify the URL pattern to use. Some sites simply add a query string like page=all to the URL. Feel free to point that out if you see that pattern. Other sites actually change the form of the URL; The Atlantic, for example, replaces /archive/ with /print/ in the URL itself to get a printer-friendly page. If you like doing regex, feel free to suggest the pattern to pull off this switcheroo. (Not trying to dish off the work to you good folks, but if it's something you enjoy poking at, feel free.)

How does Page One differ from Readability or Safari Reader?

I'm in love with Readability. I am publicly saying here and now, I want to make out with each and every one of the folks responsible. But it's a different take. Readability strips out the page's design, including its navigation. The goal is to send the site away and leave only the content behind. Page One meanwhile leaves the site design in place (in most cases), letting you see the article's entire content without breaking from the site's browsing experience. You don't have to take any action to trigger Page One's functionality, either. It makes its changes silently so that you're getting full content as part of your casual browsing. Page One and Readability are nice complements, I think.

Thanks again for all the good words, folks, and I'll see about implementing your suggestions over the next few days.

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165 comment(s) on this page. Add your own comment below.

Karl Schneider
Jul 25, 2011 12:29pm [ 1 ]

Great idea. Can you please add ZDNet to your list?

Jul 25, 2011 2:13pm [ 2 ]

Does ZDNet have multipage articles? Their blog posts (which is pretty much everything now) all seem to be single pagers. Feel free to shoot me a URL to a multipage article over there, and I'll take a peek!

Jul 27, 2011 4:49pm [ 3 ]

Ars Technica!

Jul 27, 2011 4:50pm [ 4 ]

Ars Technica, please!

Steven DC
Jul 27, 2011 4:52pm [ 5 ]

Arstechnica would be nice! Example multi-page article:

Thank you very much for the nice work. Nice add-on!

Jul 27, 2011 4:54pm [ 6 ]

Thanks, was a but sad when "reader" went paid-only. Anyway, onto the requests :-)

-> Ars Technica -> TUAW -> Apple Insider -> (they have this 'continue reading' ... um .. cr4p)

Antti Jauhiainen
Jul 27, 2011 4:56pm [ 7 ]

Amazing work. To add to site requests: Ars Technica and Alternet (, they would be essential.

Jul 27, 2011 4:57pm [ 8 ]

Jul 27, 2011 4:58pm [ 9 ]

Another vote for Ars Technica.

Maynard Handley
Jul 27, 2011 4:58pm [ 10 ]

This is a techie site, and maybe that's not your beat, but I'd like to see AnandTech: on the list. Closer to your preferred sites, I'd also like to see the NY Review of Books:

Jul 27, 2011 4:59pm [ 11 ]

+1 for Ars Technica

Jul 27, 2011 5:00pm [ 12 ]

Hi gang,

Thanks for the kind words and for the Ars Technica suggestions! I looked at Ars and would've added it if I could. The way the Page One plugin works is that it silently changes URLs of multi-page articles to that of a publicly available single-page or printer-friendly view. In other words, for me to add a site, the site has to offer a single-page view somewhere.

Ars Technica offers single-page views, but only for paid subscribers. a clever perk for folks who care enough about the content to pay for it. Unfortunately, that means that I can't add Ars to the supported sites.

I'll keep an eye on this in case it changes.

Jul 27, 2011 5:01pm [ 13 ]

w00t! thanks for doing this -- it had gotten annoying enough that I had downloaded the sdk for safari extensions but never got around to it.

Jul 27, 2011 5:04pm [ 14 ]

Ars Technica. One-page is reader only but something to auto-trigger it would be nice.

Adam V
Jul 27, 2011 5:06pm [ 15 ]

This is great! Would love it if you would to the list

Jul 27, 2011 5:08pm [ 16 ]

Stuart Lynne
Jul 27, 2011 5:10pm [ 17 ]

Jul 27, 2011 5:11pm [ 18 ]

Could you add

Jul 27, 2011 5:11pm [ 19 ]

Please add some German websites: (most visited German news site)

Jul 27, 2011 5:13pm [ 20 ]

How is this different from the "Reader" button built into Safari?

Jul 27, 2011 5:14pm [ 21 ]


If you set up some sort of API or web form to add additional sites to the list, I, and probably others, would be happy to add support for the additional sites on our own.

Jul 27, 2011 5:17pm [ 22 ]

gaming sites like and

John Fratus
Jul 27, 2011 5:20pm [ 23 ]

Awesome idea. Thanks.

Business Insider ( has a lot of "10 {Reasons|Ways|Things} {You|Apple|Google} {can|can't} {Succeed|Fail|Win|Lose}" articles. By default these are split into 10 separate pages. There's usually a "View As One Page" link that changes the 10 pages into a single list. Looks like they just add ?op=1 to the end of the URL.

Jul 27, 2011 5:24pm [ 24 ], please and thanks!

Note: many of their articles do an artificial page split, but not all offer a 'View as Single Page'. Tricky.

Skylar L. Primm
Jul 27, 2011 5:29pm [ 25 ]

This looks great! Any plans for a Firefox version?

Carlos Oliveira
Jul 27, 2011 5:31pm [ 26 ]

Ars Technica, please!!!

Jul 27, 2011 5:31pm [ 27 ] please

Jul 27, 2011 5:33pm [ 28 ]

wow. so many requests for Ars means you like the content. Pay for a premier account then - $50 bucks for a year.. 4 dollars a month. one page view can be set as the default. and do you really want to read 100 pages of Siracusa's review on one page?

Ars subscribers get epub, mobi and pdf versions. if you're to too cheap to pay for Ars Premier, then you can get that article for 5 bucks from amazon (there's a kindle version).

Marco Arment (author: Instapaper) respects the one page boundary at Ars. You should too.

I respect Ars Technica’s choice to keep single-page versions of long articles as a subscriber-only feature. If you want to save John Siracusa’s huge Lion review to Instapaper as one long page tomorrow, please support their business and buy an Ars Premier subscription.

Jul 27, 2011 5:35pm [ 29 ]

Safari's reader option allows you to read the entire Siracusa review on a continuous page. Any idea how apple gets that to work? Maybe it could be incorporated into the plugin somehow

Jul 27, 2011 5:36pm [ 30 ]

Awesome extension! Please add Complex to your list:

Jul 27, 2011 5:42pm [ 31 ]

I love to see Wired. There are two kinds of articles that need different things appended to the page. For url: /*20[0-9][0-9]/, append: "/all/1"

for the rest of them. append: "?currentPage=all"

Jul 27, 2011 5:43pm [ 32 ]

Oh, never mind I'm an idiot and you already did Wired.

Jul 27, 2011 5:44pm [ 33 ]

Wall Street Journal

Jul 27, 2011 5:53pm [ 34 ]

Though, Wired isn't working for some of the older articles like

Jul 27, 2011 6:00pm [ 35 ]

Hi gang, thanks for all the suggestions, keep 'em coming! I've added an update above with an explanation of how the extension works, its limitations, and some tips for helping to make it easier for me to add your favorite site. You'll also see a quick explanation of how Page One differs from Readability and Safari Reader.

Also: you're all awesome. That is all.

Jul 27, 2011 6:01pm [ 36 ]

Now if you can put slideshows onto one page. The NYT blogs as well as many other sites use the slideshows for what should just be one long page.

Jul 27, 2011 6:06pm [ 37 ]

Seconding - ArsTechnica please!

Jul 27, 2011 6:08pm [ 38 ]

Does this do something that Auto-Pagerize for Safari doesn't? Although there are occasions that Auto-Pagerize fails, in general I find it very good for overcoming the multi-page article increase-my-page-views scheme.

Jul 27, 2011 6:10pm [ 39 ]

The New York Review of Books would be nice and they already do have an easy to spot "Single Page" link on each of their articles.

Nice if I could not have to click it :-)

Jul 27, 2011 6:21pm [ 40 ], please

Jul 27, 2011 6:24pm [ 41 ]

Please see the update above for how Page One differs from Safari Reader and the Readability service. (It doesn't change the format of the page and simply integrates the full-page content invisibly into your casual browsing.)

Jul 27, 2011 6:38pm [ 42 ]

Thank you.

Jul 27, 2011 7:19pm [ 43 ]

I would love to install this once it's in the Chrome Web Store.

Not to impugn your certainly stellar development skills, but it's a necessary security precaution -- people shouldn't be encouraged to go around installing things from random web sites.

Jul 27, 2011 7:26pm [ 44 ]

please add (multiple) (single)

thank you.

Jul 27, 2011 7:31pm [ 45 ]

Joseph Finn
Jul 27, 2011 7:37pm [ 46 ]

Another request for, please.

Jul 27, 2011 7:40pm [ 47 ]

Jul 27, 2011 7:44pm [ 48 ]

Thanks again for an awesome plugin and your responsiveness. I want to second the vote for

Brad Zimmerman
Jul 27, 2011 8:04pm [ 49 ]

Macworld, Macworld, Macworld! will do "two page" reviews with, almost ALWAYS, a single paragraph-long conclusion on page two.

Brad Zimmerman
Jul 27, 2011 8:06pm [ 50 ]

Oh, and I will second - their international section often has long, multi-page articles.

Jul 27, 2011 8:07pm [ 51 ]

Rolling Stone?

Peter Evans
Jul 27, 2011 8:16pm [ 52 ]

Great stuff. Could you please add Thanks. -peter

Jim Rea
Jul 27, 2011 8:18pm [ 53 ]

Los Angeles Times (

Jul 27, 2011 9:52pm [ 54 ]

great work! A request for Pajamas Media, please.

Jul 27, 2011 9:54pm [ 55 ]

Alternet ( Thanks.

Jul 27, 2011 10:14pm [ 56 ]

Business Insider please. Thanks!

Jul 27, 2011 10:22pm [ 57 ]

Some British papers would be good like the Guardian and Independant


Jul 27, 2011 11:04pm [ 58 ]

LOVE this idea, you're the man for creating this.

Publisher suggestion: VentureBeat. They don't offer a single page or print view (like Ars but not b/c of a paid offering) but hopefully it's fixable.

Ron Wodaski
Jul 27, 2011 11:43pm [ 59 ]

How about adding New Scientist? They include a link to view the entire article for articles with more than one page. (They are a subscription site, but offer a lot of content to non-subscribers.)

Christian Boyce
Jul 27, 2011 11:57pm [ 60 ] please

Jul 28, 2011 12:05am [ 61 ]

How about!

Jul 28, 2011 12:33am [ 62 ] please? thanks.

Jul 28, 2011 12:33am [ 63 ]


Mobile (one page, no ads!):

Jul 28, 2011 12:58am [ 64 ]

Entertainment Weekly ( Most articles are short blurbs, but when they go recapping a serious drama, it can be almost 10 pages!

Jul 28, 2011 1:33am [ 65 ]

Gamespot 2 Page Article Example:

Printable from that article:

Antti Jauhiainen
Jul 28, 2011 2:11am [ 66 ]


All pages of the article as one page:

Jul 28, 2011 2:43am [ 67 ]

I love this plugin and the idea behind it. This was an instant install.

One more vote, btw, for German weekly "Die Zeit"! (Explained above. Just add "/komplettansicht" to the URL.)

Thank you!

Don Adams
Jul 28, 2011 4:10am [ 68 ]

Christian Science Monitor please--

Jul 28, 2011 4:52am [ 69 ]

Great idea, great extension. I fully support the suggestion to add the NY Review of Books to your list. Thank you.

Jul 28, 2011 5:32am [ 70 ]

Jul 28, 2011 6:01am [ 71 ]

Thanks. Next- how about an extension that puts all the articles on all these sites into a single page? Thx

Jul 28, 2011 6:08am [ 72 ]

Great extension. Many thanks.

You already hit the main sites I would ask for which is doubly cool but I would suggest:


J. King
Jul 28, 2011 6:22am [ 73 ]

The Globe and Mail ( would be an easy candidate, not that I read it or anything. :P You simply add "singlepage/" to any URI matching the pattern /\/article\d+\//.

J. King
Jul 28, 2011 6:23am [ 74 ]

With a $ at the end of the pattern, of course. Oops.

Jul 28, 2011 7:52am [ 75 ], please.

Jul 28, 2011 8:19am [ 76 ]

ArsTechnica! Please!

Jul 28, 2011 8:20am [ 77 ]

Just found a print version of the register, which might be a better choice than the mobile version:

Jul 28, 2011 8:42am [ 78 ]

I went ahead and coded up the patch to make this work with theregister; enjoy!

Sam Howells
Jul 28, 2011 8:47am [ 79 ]

A vote for The Register (, please. Thanks. Great extension!

Jul 28, 2011 9:15am [ 80 ] would be a great addition. They do some wonderful long-form journalism. Thanks for considering it!

Ties Allersma
Jul 28, 2011 10:05am [ 81 ]

Page-one is GREAT. Can you add The Pittsburgh Post Gazette?

These are the URL's of first page, second page and View entire article




I checked this for another 2 page article and for a three page, it uses -3.

How does one know that your list is updated?


Jul 28, 2011 10:32am [ 82 ]

LA Times? (The first page I happened to visit after installing, and it had a split pager.),0,496609.story

Jasper Teal
Jul 28, 2011 10:34am [ 83 ] please! The "continue reading" button is supposed to expand the article inline, but doesn't work correctly in Chrome (it loads an entirely new page).

Jul 28, 2011 10:43am [ 84 ]

Thank you so much! This is great.

Cole Robison
Jul 28, 2011 11:12am [ 85 ], please. It's already been suggested, but I can add that it appears to simply use ?page=full. Here's an example of a multi-page article:

... and its single page equivalent:

I hope this is helpful, and thank you for Page One!

Jul 28, 2011 12:14pm [ 86 ]

National Review

print version:

George K
Jul 28, 2011 11:31pm [ 87 ]

How about Economic Times?

Jon Humble
Jul 29, 2011 8:32am [ 88 ]

Ars Technica again!!

Jul 29, 2011 11:30am [ 89 ]

Hey--suggestion for slight tweak. This extension doesn't allow Print View on, which makes it hard to print, or save a nice clean pdf of a story.

Print view is an ally in the fight against multi-page articles!

Scott Rutt
Jul 29, 2011 11:33am [ 90 ]

A vote for, here's a link... and yes, it's MY article and I hate what they do to it... shhh.

Jul 29, 2011 12:46pm [ 91 ]

With the extension enabled, I'm getting 404 errors for some wired articles. The URL I'm trying to hit [1] and the URL after Page One goes to town [2].

Intended: [1]

404'ed: [2]

Jul 29, 2011 1:08pm [ 92 ]

+1 for New Scientist

Jul 30, 2011 10:51am [ 93 ]

This breaks the relationship between Disqus threads and articles at the Atlantic. If I click on a Disqus link (in email) I get sent to the print page, not the still live one. Not sure how it's doing that (does it look for a print style sheet and then just display that version?). So I can't use it yet.

Jul 30, 2011 3:31pm [ 94 ]

For Slate articles reached via an RSS feed, they append “?from=rss”, which breaks the regex detection. Here’s a patch that should work but I haven’t tested yet:

Jul 31, 2011 4:56pm [ 95 ]

The AV Club would be great for when they do those long interviews with show creators.

Jul 31, 2011 9:37pm [ 96 ]

I second the request for Looks to me like "?page=all" appended to the URL is all it takes...

Jul 31, 2011 11:35pm [ 97 ]

For the Washington Post, the extension currently redirects from the paginated view (ending in story.html) to the printable view (ending in print.html). It should instead probably use the single-page view (ending in singlePage.html), which uses the normal story formatting but with all the content on a single page rather than paginated. I find that much more readable. (When the Post’s redesign first went up a few months ago, there was a link to the single-page version in each multi-page story. They’ve stopped displaying that link now, but the single-page version still exists for each story if you enter the proper URL.)

In general, for sites whose only single-page view is the printable view, it would be nice if the extension offered an option about whether to redirect the user or not. I hate multi-page articles, but I arguably hate printable view in a web browser even more, and so would prefer not to be forwarded to the printable versions (although Safari’s can format those nicely with its “reader” button).

Thus, this URL:

Currently forwards here:

But should instead go here:

Aug 1, 2011 6:34pm [ 98 ]

Men's Health

Aug 1, 2011 7:28pm [ 99 ]

The plugin breaks Bruce Sterling's Beyond the Beyond on Wired i.e. etc.

Mats Svensson
Aug 2, 2011 9:27am [ 100 ]

I just treat this stupid fad as another IQ-test.

If you are a multi-page-whore, nothing you have to say is worth reading anyway.

One page load, or one pant load.

Kevin Law
Aug 3, 2011 8:05am [ 101 ]

Aug 3, 2011 8:15pm [ 102 ]

Firefox extension too hopeful- or would you consider doing this?

Aug 4, 2011 9:21am [ 103 ] would be much appreciated. :-)

Keith Bolland
Aug 6, 2011 2:51am [ 104 ]

Minor bug report: the Chrome extension(? - I haven't tested the Safari version) appears to naively whack the query parameter at the end of the full URL; thus if you're direct-linked to a URL with a hash fragment it won't work. Example.

Other than that, this is the Best Thing Ever.

Aug 6, 2011 10:42am [ 105 ] ?

Aug 6, 2011 1:16pm [ 106 ]

The Washington Times – just make sure "/?page=all" is at the end of the article URL.

Page One is a great extension!

Aug 6, 2011 10:01pm [ 107 ]

The extension currently breaks the “email this” link on New York Times articles, which works via a hidden POST form submission and some javascript. In fact, by trying to redirect to a new URL without catching the form values, it will break any POST submission. Not sure if there’s a good fix to that other than finding and whitelisting all of the form submission URLs. In general, the extension (somewhat understandably) isn’t too smart about NYTimes pages; I’ve seen it add ?pagewanted=all to .jpg’s, to pop-up pages (e.g., clicking an image for the larger view in a pop-up window), and at least once I’ve seen ?pagewanted=1&pagewanted=all, which obviously shouldn’t happen either!

Aug 8, 2011 10:43pm [ 108 ]

Would be great if users can add websites on their own. a.l.a similar to adding new search engine in chrome. can you add the regular url print version

Aug 9, 2011 10:50am [ 109 ], please

Don Adams
Aug 9, 2011 7:38pm [ 110 ]

The Christian Science Monitor,, PLEASE!!!!

Aug 12, 2011 3:04pm [ 111 ]

Love the extension. Another NY Times glitch: When one is not logged in, attempting to log in with the extension enabled does not successfully keep you logged in. You notice this when you get the pop-up window telling you your 20 free articles are used up. A workaround is to temporarily disable the extension, then log-in, the reenable the extension.

Aug 21, 2011 8:35am [ 112 ]

For the Atlantic, the extension seems take away the links in an article (doesn't happen with the NYT so I assume that is just the way the Atlantic rolls). I like the links there and the online articles are short. It would be great to be able to disable the extension for specific sites.

Thanks for the service!

Aug 21, 2011 12:08pm [ 113 ]

Love it, but it conistently breaks Wired's blogs. It seems likely that as you add new sites, more and more will break for whatever reason, and upkeep will be a growing problem; and, of course, the vast majority of users will never figure out why they're getting 404s - it took me quite a while.

Maybe you should breaking it out a bit, with (a) a config page, and (b) a feed allows you to add new sites. Right now, to see a Wired blog item, I need to disable the extension; it would be much nicer to click a box exempting Wired from Page One.

Eric Heno
Aug 22, 2011 2:04pm [ 114 ]

hey there - would really love the site to be included into the list of sites supported by your app. Much thanks!

Aug 25, 2011 1:18pm [ 115 ]

EDGE magazine, please. Here's an example page:

Thanks! Greg

Aug 27, 2011 4:52pm [ 116 ]

?nopager=1 gives you full page articles on The Weekly Standard. for example.

Aug 28, 2011 9:11pm [ 117 ]

I'd like to second Scott's note from above. As implemented, Page One currently breaks the "email this" functionality from New York Times pages. Not a huge deal, but a drag nonetheless.

Sep 25, 2011 3:58am [ 118 ]

htttp:// please!

Oct 4, 2011 11:11am [ 119 ]

Since new Slate website design was unfolded, the Page One extension no longer works there?

Oct 21, 2011 10:39pm [ 120 ]

Please add! Thanks for this greatly needed extension!

Nov 23, 2011 11:31pm [ 121 ]

Creative Loafing (Atlanta's alt weekly). Example of multipage story:

Url for 2nd page:

Url for viewing as a single page:

Also, Creative Loafing also owns the Chicago Reader (both CLATL and the Reader are in the top 20 alt weeklies in the US), Washington City Paper and maybe a few others, so it's possible if they are on the same CMS, they fix could work for all.

Dec 6, 2011 7:50pm [ 122 ]

Oh an also, ABC News. Example:

2 pages:

Single page:

Dec 13, 2011 11:58am [ 123 ]

Hi, Can you add support for the new Pittsburgh Post-Gazette website? It is currently on, but will soon (<2 months) be on the domain. It should be much easier to add support for this site than the old one:

  • Initial page load:
  • Second page:
  • All pages:


Jan 13, 2012 12:54am [ 124 ]


Your Chrome plug-in ROCKS. Here's a suggested site and I've done the URL breakdown for you -- it's extremely easy.

Normal Page That Requires You to Click from Page to Page

To "View as One Page", they just add "?op=1" to the end of the page's URL.

Full Page Requiring No Clicking

Any chance that would be easy to add to the plug-in? :-) :-) :-)

I only ask because I love the coverage does across Tech, Sports, Business, etc. Just the interesting stuff worth reading.

Thanks and keep up the great work!

Scott Butler

Nat Pittman
Jan 16, 2012 3:45pm [ 125 ]

I love the extension, but it has not been working for me on

Jan 17, 2012 2:07pm [ 126 ]


I made a small change to the Chrome extension (haven't looked at the Safari version yet) to avoid adding pagewanted=all to NYTimes links that already have a pagewanted= in the URL (this enables getting to the print-formatted page, for example). I tried to make it generalizable to other sites, but haven't tested it.

Here's the diff:

diff -u  /Users/david/Library/Application\ Support/Google/Chrome/Default/Extensions/dbkfgfkbpmkgmplheedpbljahekhnjpn/1.1_0/singlepage.js /Users/david/Desktop/1.1_0/singlepage.js 
--- /Users/david/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/Extensions/dbkfgfkbpmkgmplheedpbljahekhnjpn/1.1_0/singlepage.js  2011-07-27 14:33:33.000000000 -0700
+++ /Users/david/Desktop/1.1_0/singlepage.js    2012-01-17 09:37:08.000000000 -0800
@@ -29,7 +29,12 @@
         '' : 'page=all'
     'domains' : '',
-    'rq' : /^.*?\?(.*)/
+    'rq' : /^.*?\?(.*)/,
+    // DSS
+    'omits' : {
+       '' : 'pagewanted='
+    }

 for (var i in GM_SPN.sites) {
@@ -40,6 +45,14 @@
 GM_SPN.newurl =function(url) {
     var m = url.match(GM_SPN.r);
     if ( m && m[3]) { //matching non-homepage link
+   var om = GM_SPN.omits[m[2]];
+       if (om) { // see if we're there already
+       var re = new RegExp('^https?://([^/]*)' + om );
+            if (url.match(om)) {
+       return;  // don't override
+       }
+   }
         var qs = GM_SPN.sites[m[2]];

         if (typeof(qs) == 'object') { // replacement

Thanks for PageOne!

Feb 24, 2012 3:21pm [ 127 ]

Please consider addition of The Globe and Mail website.

Daniel Serodio
Mar 22, 2012 4:42pm [ 128 ]

Please add HowStuffWorks, eg:

Jacob C.
Mar 29, 2012 10:24am [ 129 ]

Josh, this is a really useful extension — thanks.

Unfortunately, when enabled (in Safari), the extension breaks the account management pages at, making it impossible to update subscriber billing info. It would be helpful if extension allowed specific subdomains to be excluded.

Joel Salomon
Apr 9, 2012 9:34am [ 130 ]

For PJ Media, append ?singlepage=true; e.g.,

Apr 26, 2012 8:43pm [ 131 ]


May 31, 2012 12:16pm [ 132 ]

How about the Star Tribune in Minneapolis?

Nov 15, 2012 1:44am [ 133 ]

Slate's new format is pretty simple: it substitutes the trailing .html with _single.html like so:



Francis Villanueva
Nov 19, 2012 5:25pm [ 134 ]

First off, thank you so much for this extension.

Could you add support for Flavorpill?

Standard paginated article:

One page version (add "all=1" as query param)

Thanks again! - F

Dec 15, 2012 3:29pm [ 135 ]

Danger Room in Wired is using something different...

Feb 11, 2013 4:09am [ 136 ] would be good, just needs /singlepage at the end of the address for an article - ie from to

Feb 15, 2013 4:11am [ 137 ] just needs .single before the .html

thanks, love your extension!

Mar 14, 2013 2:38am [ 138 ]

Why is there not a version of this for Firefox?!

Mar 26, 2013 2:00pm [ 139 ]

Please add

To get the single-page version of an article they just add the following query string to the URL: ?paging=off

Here's an example:

Could you do that automatically to long stories on their site?


Apr 24, 2013 12:57pm [ 140 ]

I think there's a new issue with Village Voice; opening this link [] with the extension turned on launches into an endless refresh loop. But I can open this link [] explicitly without an issue.

Jun 1, 2013 12:39pm [ 141 ]

The New York Times redesign seems to have everything on a single page, and causes a weird refresh/flickr to happen. Is there a way to disable this plugin for certain pages?

Jacob C.
Jul 15, 2013 5:55pm [ 142 ]

Please consider adding support for the Los Angeles Review of Books: http://lareviewofbooksorg/

The LARB doesn't actually serve articles in multi-page format, but articles are abridged by default, ending with a "Read More" button. For example, this is an abridged article:

And this is the article's full-text link:

Aug 19, 2013 10:35am [ 143 ]

Please add

Laurent Duchastel
Aug 19, 2013 11:05am [ 144 ]

Les Affaires, a French-speaking Canadian website. My wild guess is that the Print version function is called by clicking "Imprimer" rather than print.

See a sample here.

Thank you!

Aug 20, 2013 10:34am [ 145 ]

If you could add to the list I would appreciate it. A sample multi-page article is:

The single page adds ?print to the end. Making the url:

Sep 2, 2013 1:28pm [ 146 ]

Adding "currentPage=all" to the New Yorker breaks URLs in their subscriber-only archives. Exempting would fix it.

Oct 30, 2013 1:15pm [ 147 ]

I love your idea. Could you please add

  • or the root page ( to affect all articles on that site?

Thank you very much!!

Gene Gerzhoy
Dec 2, 2013 1:07pm [ 148 ]

Please add a firefox version!

Bruce Fraser
Mar 4, 2014 2:46pm [ 149 ]

This website uses "Page 1 of ..." for the next page. That might be tricky.

Manuel Parra
Mar 19, 2014 10:07pm [ 150 ] please

Oct 29, 2014 9:49am [ 151 ]


Feb 17, 2015 8:53am [ 152 ]

plz add the following page to page one

Mar 9, 2015 12:29pm [ 153 ]

Hi, I love this extension but it looks like it's stopped working for The Atlantic.

Here's a link to an Atlantic article:

the extension tries to convert it to:

If you could modify the extension to exclude the Atlantic or alter the URL that would be very helpful. Thanks so much!

Mar 24, 2015 3:04pm [ 154 ]

Just wanted to reiterate the comment above about the Washington Post. Currently the plugin still (4 years later!) redirects to WP's print page, instead of their "full article" page -- even when said article is only one page! (Is the author of this app still reading comments here?)


Will auto-resolve to:

Walt French
Jun 19, 2015 12:39pm [ 155 ]

Per Marc's note above (3/9/2015), I see The Atlantic pages go into an infinite loop—the redirected page then is itself redirected.

I LOVE your extension but thanks to a really great writer there whom I follow on Twitter, have to turn it off.

John Bligh
Aug 18, 2015 11:22am [ 156 ]

The Atlantic pages go into an infinite loop.

Sep 16, 2015 11:47pm [ 157 ]

CBS news adds the page number to the end or the url it seems, but omits the /1/ from the first page:

And so on

Sep 18, 2015 12:01pm [ 158 ]

Please consider adding WhatCulture to your excellent extension! Example URL:

Eddie Parker
Jan 17, 2016 5:19pm [ 159 ]

Adafruit - multiple page version: - single page version:

Sparkfun - multiple page version: - single page version:

Jan 25, 2016 2:53pm [ 160 ]

Very popular site with lots of slideshow articles. Please consider adding this to Page One. Thanks Jane

Jan 25, 2016 2:56pm [ 161 ]

Sorry... didn't mention website in comment section:

This website has tons of slideshows and is a very popular website. Thanks Jane

Daniel C
Feb 22, 2016 5:34pm [ 162 ]

It looks like this is broken on The Atlantic now?

Feb 23, 2016 10:49pm [ 163 ]

Hey guys, as mentioned above (and confirmed with the Atlantic tech staff) the plugin breaks their pages, no content is displayed. Could you please update; I love this extension.

Dec 30, 2016 1:05pm [ 164 ]

Can you please add E.g.:

Jan 5, 2017 10:28am [ 165 ]

Can you please add E.g.:

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