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tool to help debug css across browsers

Sent by Drew Cox on 26 September 2005 17:05


On 9/26/05, CJ Larson [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> I've seen the new IE developer toolbar [1] brought up a couple times
> now, and of course the Aardvark [2] and Web Developer [3] FireFox
> extensions, but perhaps not everyone knows about the bookmarks from
> slayeroffice.com.  The bookmarks, when clicked, bring up a little window
> (using JavaScript) that tells you information about the different parts
> of the page when you hover over them, and has been invaluable to me.
> Being a bookmark, it's not limited to one or two browsers.  There are
> two versions, and both have their strengths.
>
> MODI v1: http://slayeroffice.com/?c=/content/tools/modi.html
> MODI v2: http://slayeroffice.com/tools/modi/v2.0/modi_help.html

That is absolutely awesome - just the ability to inspect the elements
on IE is worth the price of admission!  Traversing the DOM and editing
elements live ... very, very cool.  Thanks a lot for posting this.  I
can't believe this is the first I've heard of it.

Drew
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