Firefox Extensions For Web Developers

I love Firefox. Really. The first time I used it I was blown away by the tabs. They were the coolest thing I've ever seen in a browser. Soon, I realised that I could do much more with the help of extensions. These extensions has made my life easier, especially when designing new websites or changing the layout of the existing ones. So now I'm going to share with you several Firefox extensions that will change your life as a web developer. Read more »

Firefox Extension Review: View Source Chart

I found this extension while browsing Firefox extenstions website and it immediately caught my attention. I'm one that learn the most by example so I do a lot of 'view source' while browsing the internet to find out how a certain layout is build, how the designer stack and nest the elements, and so on. But with most HTML codes nowadays generated by some kind of automated scripts, the source can be a lot uglier than what is seen on the browser. I'm not talking about table vs. div but long HTML codes without line breaks. It's a pain having to copy and paste it to a text editor and then inserting the line breaks and indentations one by one just to see the page structure. Not to mention going to another page means having to repeat the process ad nauseaum. This extension does exactly what I need: presenting the source code in a proper nested structure. Plus, it's color coded! Read more »