Web page diagnostic tools
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Reason: All these tools mentioned are very dated and many are outright removed
Mozilla Firefox Web Browser
- Firebug is an Add-on for Firefox 1.5+
- For more information, please watch the free video tutorial on using Firebug with Joomla.)
- Web Developer toolbar (Firefox 1+, Flock, Seamonkey)
- CSS Viewer (Firefox 1.5+)
- Joomla Developer Toolbox - a collection of essential extensions for web developers (Firefox 1+)
Internet Explorer Web Browser
- Microsoft Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar (MSIE 7)
- DebugBar (MSIE 5 - 8, free for personal use)
- MSIE 8+, press SHIFT+F12 or click the Developer Tools icon in the command bar
- Users of Office XP and later may also install the "Script Debugger" via Office Setup. (The debugger is not installed by default.)
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.
- Introduction to Opera Dragonfly (Opera 10+)