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Downloads: Web Developer Tools

  • HAPedit 3.1 updated on March 20, 2005 19:05:51

    HAPedit is an acronym for HTML ASP PHP editor; a text-mode editor useful for all developers of dynamic web pages. Its main features are syntax highlighting for (X)HTML/PHP, (X)HTML/ASP, (X)HTML, JavaScript, CSS and SQL.

    It also features page preview in browser; project manager; PHP code “compilation;” edit (X)HTML tags; code completion; preview images; SQL console; FTP Manager; Code Explorer and more.

  • Firefox 2.0 updated on October 26, 2006 12:10:15

    Security issues aside Mozilla Firefox is a standards-compliant browser. That is it has virtually no trouble correctly rendering a page to the rules set by the W3C for HTML, XHTML, CSS1, and CSS2.1. It’s got its share of bugs like any other browser, but it’s certainly heading in the right direction by supporting web standards.

    If more browsers follow Firefox’s example maybe some day web developers won’t have to code different pages for different browsers ever again. Well, we can wish anyways.

  • Web Developer 0.9.4 updated on November 10, 2005 18:40:03

    The Web Developer extension for Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla adds a menu and a toolbar to the browser with various web developer tools.

  • ColorZilla updated on November 10, 2005 18:40:03

    With this Firefox extension you can get a color reading from any point in your browser, quickly adjust this color and paste it into another program. You can Zoom the page you are viewing and measure distances between any two points on the page.

  • EditCSS v.0.3.3 updated on November 10, 2005 18:40:03

    Adds a stylesheet modifier in Firefox. Lets you see changes right away as you style rules in real-time.

  • liveHTTPHeaders 0.11 updated on November 10, 2005 18:40:03

    A Firefox extension that determines what a server is delivering in the HTTP Headers of a web site. Very useful for determining how different requests for different files from a web site are served.

    If you run this on your own web site, the results will help determine if the content is actually delivered the way you intended.

  • Grub’s Distributed Web Crawling Project updated on April 19, 2005 11:30:47

    Leveraging the power of distributed computing, Grub allows everyone with an internet connection to participate in the construction of a real-time snapshot of the internet. Grub runs as a screensaver that uses very little resources and bandwidth to help index the web.

    Grub has the potential of creating real-time internet snapshots on demand if enough people participate. If you run your own server Grub can auto-update your hosted web sites for search engine indexing.