# Firefox – How to use uBlock Origin to block just the page stackexchange.com without blocking the entire stackexchange network

I've found HNQ are really distracting to me, so I want to block them. This question has some ways to block them in the sidebar, but the same list exists over at https://stackexchange.com/. I want to block that page, without blocking all of the rest of stackexchange. I currently am using

|https://stackexchange.com^


but that presents a page where I can click-through to access it: I'd rather have it load but present a blank page. I do this for reddit using

reddit.com##body


but using a similar filter for stackexchange blocks, for example, all of tex.stackexchange.com. I suppose I could add an exception filter for every possible subdomain, but there are currently a bit over a hundred and growing, so there has to be a better way. I tried

~stackexchange.com##body


which seems like it should work according to the AdBlock Plus filter cheatsheet which is supposedly supported by uBlock Origin, but that doesn't block anything.

I tried the filters given in this similar question about youtube, but they have the same issues as my current best filter. How can I filter the body element of stackexchange.com without blocking subdomains?

The HNQ on SE Homepage is inside a div with question-list ID, thus the needed filter is stackexchange.com###question-list.
This filter will only block HNQ on SE homepage. It won't block SE Realtime Questions (the parent container is main-area, which is shared with HNQ list) nor any question lists on other sites (they use div with question-mini-list ID on their homepage and questions on their Questions list)