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I am fairly certain there is no way to disable this feature, short of jailbreaking your device. Even then, I am not aware of any tools to do so. Sorry this isn't the news you were hoping for!
I tried mdfind -name Reader.html and on my copy of El Capitan it yields the following path: /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/SafariShared.framework/Versions/A/Resources/Reader.html So it looks like the file has indeed been moved.
I'd suggest you disable Safari reader view for the page in question. See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2999600/how-to-disable-safari-reader-in-a-web-page
The easy way is to click on the "Aa" on the right side of address window once you are in reader mode already, and choose font and background colors :)
On my system (Yosemite 10.10.5), I've noticed that changing Reader.html styles gives no effect. I've inspected the Reader code throug Safari and found that the the only CSS that is linked with Reader is ResourcesWBSReaderSharedStyleSheet.css. Here is the path to Reader CSS file: ...
New new location of Reader.html is at /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Safari.framework/Versions/A/Resources if you're not sure, just use locate
I've never tried it, but apparently you can modify the file: Safari.app/Contents/Resources/Reader.html From an Apple community support page: Do a right-click on the application Safari and choose +Show Package Contents+. An new finder window will open. There is one folder in there named Contents. Contents includes several files and folders, navigate to ...
I have heard that readitlater works to assemble the full article whether you have paid for it or not. I just went to the Introduction page in Safari 5.1 and reader is already to page 15. I'm not going to let it finish, but it doesn't look like it's blocked to me. I haven't paid yet - so something might be up in terms of server overload if reader isn't ...
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