Sunday, February 26, 2006

Firefox Web Developer extension

I'm a web developer by day, and the most important new thing I've seen in several months is the Firefox extenstion written by Chris Pederick, named "Web Developer." It's a revolutionary piece of software, capable of greatly enhancing the process of creating (and deconstructing) web pages.

Right now, it only works with Gecko-based browsers: Firefox and Mozilla, and two up-and-coming browsers derived from them, Flock and Seamonkey. It doesn't work in IE (Microsoft Internet Explorer) -- nor in Netscape, so far as I know. But for web designers who use Firefox, it's the cat's meow.

The only thing that compares with it (which I have happily used for years) is the Proxomitron.

Download the new Firefox extension for free from


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