DOMInspector for IE

If any of you develop web pages using Mozilla or Mozilla FireFox, I’m sure that you’ve come to rely on its DOMInspector, which gives you a ton of information about each element on a given page, and how the element relates to those around it. I know that it’s helped me to fix a few problems on many occassions, which I would have had a hard time fixing otherwise.

Of course, once I’ve gotten the page looking perfect in FireFox, I also have to make sure that it looks equally good in IE6. Sadly, IE6 doesn’t have a built-in DOMInspector (among many other things, but that’s another story), which would help a lot since IE6 naturally must render pages completely differently just because it can.

Well, now there is a DOMInspector for IE6. It runs as an Explorer bar, so you can see both the page in question, and information about its elements at the same time. This should be a great tool to use in order to make pages render correctly in both IE6 and Mozilla Firefox.

Via Just Coding.

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