September 06, 2005

Firefox developers plugins

Writing about web page http://www.bytefarmers.com/log/2005/09/03/extending-firefox-for-web-developers/

To add to my usual collection of Firefox plugins, I came across the above webpage listing a few new ones. On top of my existing ones, I've just added:

View Rendered Source by Jennifer Madden
Neat tool that allows to view the actual generated markup, useful when generating markup via scripting.

View Cookies by Edwin Martin
Utility that adds a Cookie tab on the ‘Page Info’ window, allowing you to see and edit any set cookie that affects that page.

ViewCookies is so much quicker and easier than browsing around the standard Firefox cookies menu and the View Rendered Source is lovely for viewing HTML source code.


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  1. Steve Rumsby

    "View rendered source" is something I've wanted for ages, now. I've been doing a lot of hacking with JS rendered pages and debugging that when you can't see the output of your code is a major pain in the neck. Thanks Kieran – you've probably just saved me load of time…

    06 Sep 2005, 09:29

  2. I've tried a number of plugins, but I always just go back to Web Developer and Aardvark

    06 Sep 2005, 10:33


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