Friday, February 23, 2007


Here's a little shopping list for you firefox using web developers out there ...

  • Web Developer - a whole bunch of development tools in one handy package - the ability to live edit CSS and HTML alone is worth the price of the download.
  • Firebug - lets you ‘edit, debug, and monitor CSS, HTML, and JavaScript live in any web page’ - white man's magic at its best
  • HTML Validator - On the fly validation for W3C standards (this function is included in the web developer add on, but I have a soft spot for the original).
  • JSView - makes peeking into external javascript and CSS files into a simple mouse click activity.
  • View Source Chart - Creates a Colorful Chart of a Webpage's Rendered Source Code, which is pretty handy when you're just learning the ins and outs of tables, divs and the like.
  • Execute JS - lets you type in and debug JavaScript code on the fly. This will come in handy when we're studying client side scripting.
  • Live HTTP Headers - allows you to view HTTP headers of a page while browsing. This will come in handy when we're developing forms

Original Image: 'Firefox in the Hen House'

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