Web developer tools menu for Mozilla and Firebird  FEB 06 2004

Web developer tools menu for Mozilla and Firebird.

There are 9 reader comments

dennis28 06 2004 4:28PM

Kick ass! Great find.

Matt Haughey43 06 2004 4:43PM

I still find the PNH toolbar to do the job much better. I hit the "View Source" and "Disable Styles" buttons dozens of times a day. I love that the view source button opens the source in a new tab in the background, so I can switch from the visual to the code-based instantly.

jkottke55 06 2004 4:55PM

Why you gotta show me up like that, Matt? I didn't tell anyone you hired a 7th grader to code MeFi for you and then took all the credit for it.

jkottke56 06 2004 4:56PM

Oops, that was supposed to be private to Matt.

Matt Haughey13 06 2004 5:13PM

Sorry, you're right. I don't come down to your work and knock the cock out of your mouth and tell you you're doing your job wrong. My bad.

Firas52 06 2004 8:52PM

They're almost clones. PNH is a little bit more specialized (especially with the list of w3c docs) but lacks some of the more generally-used tools included in WebDev, which has a better UI.

Chris Pederick03 09 2004 1:03AM

Matt - The Web Developer extension can be configured to either view the source in a window or a tab.

The extension was written primarily because the PNH Toolbar was no longer being maintained and hasn't been updated in nearly a year now. Of course, if you prefer to use the PNH Toolbar that is cool - it's a great tool - but if you would like some new features added to the Web Developer extension, then please let me know.

Ben36 09 2004 3:36PM

And don't forget to buy one of Chris' t-shirts.

acidfilez30 12 200412:30AM

Excelete, The Best Thing Ever, Way to go Chris

This thread is closed to new comments. Thanks to everyone who responded.

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