Thanks for these tips.
> Firefox has its own DOM interpreter, but also has the Firebug
> extension, which will allow you to inspect/edit the DOM and
> stylesheets while viewing the page.
I have used the DOM inspector but Firebug will not (yet) install in
Firefox 3.x, although oddly enough, some of its plug-ins will!
> Opera has Dragonfly, I think, built in that lets you do the same.
Thanks, will check it out.
> Google Chrome is built from Safari, and also includes helpful
> development tools.
I can't get Chrome to install properly and *function* on Windows XP
SP3. And for some weird reason it installs in my home directory, not in
"C:\\Program Files\", like every other app on the planet, including
Google's other apps. Also, Chrome is built on a version of WebKit
earlier than that in Safari, so I am afraid I will have to forego
> Internet Explorer has the Internet Development Toolbar which lets you
> inspect elements, and to see if they're being given layout.
Ah, yes, the dreaded hasLayout bug.
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