Safari on Windows has a nifty CSS debugger
Sent by Charles Roper on 25 September 2008 08:08
Hedley Finger wrote:
> 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!
Firebug does work in Firefox 3.x:
> 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
> Chrome's tools.
The reason Chrome installs where it does is discussed here:
It's a *really* nice browser, so I'd urge you to try it. Perhaps you'll
have more luck with Chromium, the non-branded development version. You
can download nightly builds here:
More on Chromium here:
>> Internet Explorer has the Internet Development Toolbar which lets you
>> inspect elements, and to see if they're being given layout.
IE8 beta 2 also has developer tools built in:
This is possibly the most useful of the lot, especially the rendering
switcher for testing compatibility between 7 and 8.
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