Found the ‘Web Developer’ add-on for Firefox
Web Developer is an awesome Firefox add-on by Chris Pederick. Here’s what the toolbar looks like:
With just two clicks, you can resize your window to 800×600. Or you can choose a custom size. This is a must for conscientious web content writers – after all, we may be working in warpsize screen resolutions, but we still need to cater for people on stone-age systems.
Other useful features in Web Developer:
- Make the browser draw an outline around various page elements, like frames or headings.
- View a document outline – a sort of hierarchical list of headings and things, much like you can do with Microsoft Word.
- Look at the stylesheets.
- Show image information right on the page.
- And so on – there’s something for everyone.
Thanks Chris – great stuff.
Back to my little trees
(See my previous blog post.) Hey, the trees are the same age as this blog! My blog is two weeks old today. That’s gotta mean something. Every so often, I’ll compare the blog’s progress with the trees.
We’ve just been out and planted the trees. It’s pouring torrents here in Sydney, so we got drenched. Here are some photos of the baby trees before planting: