How To Unlock Blurred Texts On eNotes (Quick Guide!)

How To Unlock eNotes Blurred Text (Quick Guide!)

Are you unable to afford the subscription on eNotes and you want to be able to view the blurred texts?

eNotes is a hub for study guides, lesson plans, and tutors that are known to have helped a lot of students increase their knowledge at a fast rate.

It costs about $14.99 a month after a 48-hour free trial to enjoy all the features on eNotes and not everyone can afford that.

After the free trial, if you do not choose any of the plans afterward most of the texts are going to get blurred, and the only way you can unblur them is to pay for a plan.

However, there is a walk-around for this issue, and we will work you through all of them in this guide.

In this guide, you will learn how to unlock blurred texts on eNotes.

How To Unlock Blurred Text On eNotes

To unlock blurred texts on eNotes, you need to view the webpage with a computer and in “Readers” mode on a web browser.

You can also try disabling your browser’s CSS if you are using Google Chrome or Firefox to access your eNotes account.

Installing bypass browser extensions has also proven to work perfectly for unblurring texts.

Other troubleshooting methods include: using the Google cache page, viewing the webpage in “no style”, doing a bit of coding in the source of the webpage, or signing up for a free trial with a new email address.

Here is how to unblur texts for free on eNotes:

Method 1: Disable the CSS page style on your browser

This method works best on analysis, biographies, themes, summaries, essays, and Q&A texts on eNotes.

  1. Open your Firefox browser, and click on “View” on the top-right menu.
  2. Click on “Page Style” and select “No Style”, your page will automatically refresh.

For Chrome browser:

  1. Right-click on the blurred texts, and then click on “Inspect”.
  2. Find the following code: “<head>” and “</head>” and right-click on it.
  3. A menu should pop up, Select “Delete element” and all the blurred texts will become visible.

Method 2: View the webpage in reader mode

  1. Open your Chrome browser, and paste “chrome://flags/#enable-reader-mode” without the quotation marks in the search bar, and click on the “Enter” key.
  2. From the dropdown menu, click on “Relaunch” and you should see a gray icon around the address bar area.
  3. Click on the gray icon to change the color to blue, and all the blurred texts on your eNotes webpage should be readable now.

For Firefox browsers:

  1. Click on the toolbar menu at the top-right corner of your screen to reveal the “Reader View” option and enable it
  2. A small gray icon is going to appear, you need to click on it (the color will not change like Chrome’s).
  3. After clicking on the gray icon, all the blurred texts will be visible to read.

Method 3: Using the inspect(Q) element option

  1. Hover your mouse pointer on the blurred texts on your eNotes webpage, and right-click on it.
  2. Click on “Inspect (Q)”, and click on the three dots next to the highlighted code and find “<div class= “_c80783ea”>”
  3. Double-click on the last characters of the code (_c80783ea), and delete the underscore mark (_) before them.
  4. Press the “Enter” key on your keyboard, and all texts will be unblurred immediately.

Method 4: View the blurred texts through Google cache pages

  1. Open your browser app, and search for the title of any text you want to read on eNotes.
  2. Click on the 3 dots next to the first results, and select “Cached”.
  3. From the new page that will appear, you can then choose to view the blurred texts in either text-only or full versions.

Method 5: Install a paywall bypass extension on your browser

  1. Go to the tools bar on your browser and select “Extensions” or “Add-ons”.
  2. Search for “Bypass Paywall Clean” or “Unblur eNotes”, and add any of them to your browser.
  3. Reload your eNotes page, and then activate any of the extensions depending on the one you installed.
  4. Now to view the blurred texts, you need to click on them to make them visible.

Method 6: Sign up for another free trial with new info

This method will require you to sign up for a new eNotes account with new information (email, a never-been-used-on-eNotes device, and phone number).

  1. Go to this link: and sign up for the 48-hour free trial.
  2. After you have verified your account, you can go ahead and use eNotes as you wish.
  3. After the free trial ends, you can repeat the method as long you are using fresh information as stated above.

Conclusion

And that is how to unblur texts in eNotes without paying a single dime.

In summary, you can unblur texts on eNotes by either viewing them through Google cache pages, viewing the webpage in “no style”, doing a bit of coding in the source of the webpage, signing up for a free trial with a new email address, and any of the other methods we have listed in this guide.

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