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Revision as of 06:56, 23 June 2013

Many browsers can act as platforms for diagnostic tools. You can analyze Web pages built with any version of Joomla.

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Mozilla Firefox Web Browser

Firebug at work

Internet Explorer Web Browser

Opera Web Browser

Opera has a built-in diagnostic tool called Dragonfly. When viewing the page, right click and choose "Inspect Element" to start Dragonfly.

Safari Web Browser