Find and highlight HTML elements with FireFinder for FireBug
A Firefox extension (for Firebug) that I’ve been trying out a bit lately is FireFinder. It lets you quickly find HTML elements that match a CSS selector or XPath expression.
It may not sound like much, but it can be really helpful. Want to find all
img elements on a page? Open FireFinder, type img and hit enter, and FireFinder highlights all images for you. Want to find any linked images? Enter a img instead. Want to highlight images that do not have an
alt attribute? Try img:not([alt]). And so on. Excellent!
FireFinder is yet another very useful tool created by Robert Nyman. For more info check out Robert’s blog post Firefinder for Firebug - an extension to quickly find elements matching your CSS selectors or XPath expressions.
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