This add-on for Firefox is update and fully supported (Just in case you were let down on previous IE Tab extension). It allows you to open websites up in Internet Explorer from within Firefox. Even these days, you still run into websites that need Internet Explorer. If you run into this a lot then this extension is for you.
Tag Archives | web-development
Get insight into the performance of the website in the current tab – sort of a mini live version of WebPageTest.
Working on a website and need to know where an element or ID is on your layout? Pesticide does great at showing an outline for everything CSS on a website.
When you mix simple and Firefox together, you can get my attention every time. The Simple Links Counter add-on for Firefox shows the number of internal and external links on any given page in the browser status bar. This makes it the perfect companion for all your other web developer tools and add-ons for Firefox.
It seems like just about everybody these days is a “web developer”. We all have our own corner of the Internet that we like to call home. Just like you have a tool belt for home repairs, you need one for Web site repairs as well. That is where this top 10 list from The Moleskin comes into play. I have to say I agree with all the choices for the best Firefox extensions for Web development. Do you?
Ever wanted to create a developer’s profile in Firefox, but you didn’t want to get rid of your current profile setup? Over at tech.ablegray.com they have a five step solution to your problem. After the five easy steps, you should be able to access your regular profile for your stuff and your developer profile for any development needs you might have.