15 New Firefox Add-ons for Web Developer
Firefox has all kinds of add-ons for everyone to personalize your browsing experience and some of Add- ons that can save you time and open up new opportunities if you are Web Developer . Firefox Add-ons are extensions of the Firefox browser that add new functionality to Firefox or change its appearance. Here we have listed 15 New Firefox add-ons that every Web Developer must have used.
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Webdamation is pleased to offer a new Firefox plugin developed by our own team which should be a useful tool for any website developer. This new plugin gives you an advertising-free, direct way to get a website IP address you need when working on site development.
Adds “Restart Firefox” menuitem to “File”, and a toolbar button for easy restarting… Localized in all languages.
CodeBurner is a Firefox add-on that integrates with Firebug, to extend it with reference material for HTML and CSS.
Wappalyzer tracks the distrubition of software on the web and shows you which CMS, wiki, message board etc. is used on the page you’re currently at.
Open images and screen grabs from the web direct in the pixlr image editor or pixlr photo express. Edit your photos directly in your browser
Inline Code Finder is a tool to traverse through all elements in a web page, and when it finds a HTML element with any of these, it will highlight them:
* Inline style
This is an extension that puts UI into the Application Under Test so that users can write and run test cases that automate the UI.
DNS Prefetching speeds up your browsing experience by resolving and caching DNS lookups before you actually click on a link. Without this technique, the DNS lookup is performed only when you click on the link, adding a wait of 250ms (on average) before the page even starts to show up.
Perform multiple validations and take screen shots in one go. This 5-in-1 validator works with external, internal, or local web pages using the Total Validator service or local copy of the desktop tool…